CONTENTS
Editor's Noteiii
Editorial: Health and the Right to Information: The Case of HIV/AIDS
Maria de Bruyn, Policy Analyst, IPAS, USA 1
Learning Across Regions: The Role of theSexual Health Exchange International Newsletter
Joost Hoppenbrouwer, Executive Editor, Sexual Health Exchange, Royal Tropical Institute (KIT), Amsterdam, the Netherlands 5
International AIDS Conferences: Extending Information Exchange Beyond the Session Halls
Manju Chatani and
Tim France (co-founder), Health and Development Networks, http://www.hdnet.org 13
The ExtraMED Biomedical Periodicals Library and HIV/AIDS
Chris Zielinski, Director, Health Information for Development project/ CEO, Informania Ltd./ExtraMed, United Kingdom 22
HIV/AIDS and Information: Region Specific Information for Journalists
Aulora Stally, Media Manager, SafAIDS, Harare, Zimbabwe 24
How Safe are People's Interpretations of Safer Sex? Health Education Messages in the Context of HIV/AIDS
S. Veenapani and
Meenakshi Gupta, Indian Institute of Technology, Mumbai, India 31
Breaking the Silence: The Role of HIV-positive Speakers in AIDS Education and Information
Susan Paxton, Social Researcher/AIDS activist, Key Centre for Women's Health, The University of Melbourne, Australia 38
Copyright Restrictions and Non-English AIDS Information
Chris W. Green, AIDS Activist, Jakarta, Indonesia 50
Training on Gender and Reproductive Health: Placing HIV Prevention in the Broader Context
Maria de Bruyn, Policy Analyst, IPAS, USA and Nadine France, Technical Officer, World Health Organization (WHO), Switzerland. 54
Selected Resources on HIV/AIDS61

FID Review • Vol. 1, N°6

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