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Romy Fernandez
July 23rd, Amsterdam. Hundreds of scientists and activists walk this Monday, July 23rd in Amsterdam during the AIDS March to demand access to HIV treatments. Access to healthcare and HIV treatment medication is still an ongoing issue affecting people everywhere, especially LGB, trans and intersex people, sex workers, indigenous people, young women, people who use drugs and many more vulnerable populations worldwide. Four activists from Australia, South Africa, and the UK embarked on an HIV awareness walk from Brussels Grand Place Sunday morning. They will spend 9 days walking to Amsterdam, which is 225 km away. They arrived in time for the 22nd International AIDS conference and also to walk the AIDS March.
Vera Brezhneva Ukrainian pop-singer, television presenter and actress arriving at the meeting point of the march.
Annah Sango from Zimbabwe Young Positive.
Vera Brezhneva Ukrainian pop-singer, television presenter and actress.
Princess Mabel of Orange-Nassau, widow of Prince Friso and sister-in-law of King Willem-Alexander of the Netherlands giving a speech before the march started.
Simone Kukenheim, Deputy Mayor of Amsterdam.
Four activists from Australia, South Africa, and the UK embarked on an HIV awareness walk from Brussels Grand Place Sunday morning. They will spend 9 days walking to Amsterdam, which is 225 km away. They arrived in time for the 22nd International AIDS conference and also to walk the AIDS March.
Simone Kukenheim, Deputy Mayor of Amsterdam and Princess Mabel of Orange-Nassau, widow of Prince Friso and sister-in-law of King Willem-Alexander of the Netherlands.