Saturday, 24 March 2012
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(recorded on July 21, 2008 at a CCDS-Lawyers Collective seminar)


Is HIV a major public health problem in India?
Dr Kamakshi Bhate, Associate Professor, KEM Hospital, Mumbai

Have NGOs made a difference?
Ashok Row Kavi, Hamsafar Trust

What can NGOs do that government cannot do?
Prof Brinelle D'Souza, Tata Institute of Social Sciences, Mumbai

How do NGOs working with marginalised groups deal with the authorities?
Dr Eldred Tellis, director, Sankalp, Mumbai

What is the government doing to ensure access to cheap drugs?
K M Gopakumar, Centre for Trade and Development (Centad)

How have things changed for positive people in the last 22 years?
K K Abraham, Indian Network for Positive People, Chennai

What are the experiences of women and children in accessing treatment?
Jaya Nair, projects manager Udaan Trust

What is happening to the HIV/AIDS Bill?
Kalpana Gaikwad, Lawyers' Collective, HIV/AIDS unit