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Love Starts at Home
Description: We at APCOM encourage parents of LGBT children to educate themselves about the journey of discovery that their child is experiencing and to highlight the benefits of supporting them through that process with unconditional love and acceptance. Learn more at http://apcom.org/LoveStartsAtHome ------------- "Love Starts at Home" is commissioned with the support of Save the Children through the Multi-Country South Asia Global Fund HIV Programme (MSA) and produced by Tree Entertainment.
  31 May 2017   3m35s 4 13272 0
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PrEPing the Gay dudes
Description: Youth Voices Count session during ILGA World 2016. More detail can be found on YVC facebook page or website.
  13 Jan 2017   1h32m17s 0 22 0
My Sexuality - My Faith
Description: A Panel discussion consisting community advocates and faith-based leaders who have been advocating the harmony between faith and LGBT rights.
  20 Dec 2016   1h22m26s 1 20 0
Bangkok Pride - Remembrance for World AIDS Day
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  14 Dec 2016   2m16s 0 30 0
LGBT Rights under Siege in Indonesia: Talk by Dede Octomo
Description: New York Times honoured him as a Happy Warrior in a Faltering Battle for Indonesian Gay Rights. In partnership with SEAJunction and Heinrich Böll Stiftung, Indonesia’s most notable LGBT advocacy leader Dede Oetomo held a two-hours session for the LGBT advocates to converse with him in regards to Indonesia’s increasing violence against LGBTI people, along with a proposed bill to criminalise same-sex sexual acts and/or orientations.
  14 Dec 2016   1h43m23s 0 53 0
Engagement of LGBTI activists in the UPR to promote, protect and advance SOGIE rights
Description: Collaborating with UPR Info, ASEAN SOGIE Caucus, ILGA Asia and the Embassy of Canada in Bangkok, this panel session aims to help LGBT community advocates in Asia understand the impact of SOGIE recommendations on the ground through a recent research conducted by ILGA and ARC, and how to engage with the UPR and the importance to continue engaging with other UN mechanisms to build credible evidence for SOGIE issues and hold governments to account.
  07 Dec 2016   2h27m30s 0 20 0
Sexual Violence among Gay, Bisexual and Trans Communities in South Asia
Description: Supported by UNDP through Multi-country South Asia Global Fund HIV programme, the session discussed sexual violence cases faced by the gay, bisexual and trans communities in South Asian countries, presented directly by the victims and/or the grassroots community advocates from Nepal, Pakistan and India (other South Asian countries are TBC). The findings from UNDP’s latest study on the topic was also launched on this session.
  07 Dec 2016   1h34m29s 0 56 0
From Yogyakarta with Love
Description: It has been 10 years since the Yogyakarta Principles, the set of principles on the application of international human rights law in relation to sexual orientation and gender identity, were drafted by a group of distinguished international human rights experts in Yogyakarta, Indonesia. The video shows how the Principles have been an instrumental advocacy tool by the community advocates across the globe to fight inequality among LGBT people and how you can also make use of the Principles.
  26 Nov 2016   3m25s 13 1117 0
Vox Pop: If someone tells you that LGBT persons are going to hell
Description: At ILGA Asia Conference 2015 in Taipei, Taiwan, we asked the participating LGBT rights championers from across the region "what would say to someone who tells you that you're going to hell because you are lesbian, gay, bisexual and/or trans."
  18 Nov 2016   3m11s 1 38 0
Positive Podcast - Episode 2
Description: Positive Podcast is a podcast series focusing on building resilience among gay men and other men who are having sex with men, who are also living with HIV (MSM+). Resiliency is the process of overcoming the negative effects of risk exposure, coping successfully with traumatic experiences, and avoiding trajectories associated with risks. If you know any MSM+ who should be in our podcast, kindly contact communications@apcom.org Synopsis of Episode 1 (The Greatest Critique): The storyteller, John, is a Chief Executive of an Information and Technology (IT) Company in the Philippines. When diagnosed with HIV two years ago, self-stigma caused him to look at himself with great judgment. In this episode, John shares his story on his journey getting the support from family and friends who helped to change his mindset and address his self-stigma.
  31 Oct 2016   12m10s 0 58 0
Positive Podcast - Episode 1
Description: Positive Podcast is a podcast series focusing on building resilience among gay men and other men who are having sex with men, who are also living with HIV (MSM+). Resiliency is the process of overcoming the negative effects of risk exposure, coping successfully with traumatic experiences, and avoiding trajectories associated with risks. If you know any MSM+ who should be in our podcast, kindly contact communications@apcom.org Synopsis of Episode 1 (Love's Never Angry): Ferry is a male sex worker in Indonesia. After being diagnosed with HIV, he didn't think he would be able to find a partner and share a happy relationship. Contrary to his initial thought, living with HIV turned out not to be an obstacle to him finding a partner.
  28 Oct 2016   9m52s 3 110 0
Jumping Hurdles - the Video
Description: Named after a discussion paper with a same title, Jumping Hurdles is the region’s first animation video to advocate the importance of youth-friendly HIV services. Jumping Hurdles visualises issues faced by young gay, bisexual and transgender individuals in accessing HIV services, followed by a series of recommendations on how healthcare settings can make their HIV services inclusive towards young clients. The captions are available in English, Bengali, Nepali and VIetnamese. Once you've seen the video, kindly send us your feedback at goo.gl/X3MqXN
  08 Sep 2016   4m51s 3 180 0