Life Ball Next Generation
The LIFE BALL NEXT GENERATION supported by DocLX will take place on June 3rd 2018 in the City Hall of Vienna.
When: Sunday, June 3rd 2018
Where: City Hall of Vienna – Arkadenhof & Festsaal
Who: Youth from 16+ years (identification required)
18:30 – doors open
19:15 – Michael Buchinger (Festsaal)
19:30 – „The Power of the Next Generation: Youth Engagement in the Fight to end AIDS“.
Live Acts such as ‚Die Lochis‘ in the Grand Hall (Festsaal)
DJs in the Arkadenhof
- Sex education on equal terms -
Important issues including health care, sexually transmitted diseases, and sexuality are noticeably drifting out of focus among young people. Therefore LIFE+ created this prevention project in collaboration with Youth Against AIDS as well as the support of the Austrian Federal Ministry of Education, Science and Research. Youth Against AIDS is Germany’s biggest self-initiative that consists entirely of honorary members and provides free sex-education courses for young people.
Saturday 29. – Sunday 30. September in Vienna
Friday 12. – Saturday 13. October in Salzburg
Sunday 07. – Monday 08. October in Innsbruck
Young people from all over the country have the opportunity to be trained as sex-education experts in training workshops held by Youth Against AIDS. In these two-day seminars, young people are trained in basic medical know-how, health care, knowledge transfer regarding sexual identities as well as rhetoric and body language. Peers who have taken this course can hold three-hour workshops at schools for young people of the same age.
Life Ball Next Generation | Peer Education Workshop
About Jugend gegen AIDS e.V.
What is the goal of this project?
Who can participate in these workshops?
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Who trains these peers?
in the fight against HIV
LIFE + considers itself responsible to continuously promotes awareness and public consciousness about the AIDS epidemic. Through Life Ball and our additional, yearly activities, LIFE+ works to raise funds to help those impacted by and living with HIV/AIDS and reduce stigma and discrimination.
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