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Why the rich won’t budge on farm subsidies

07/28/2006 | John Madeley

World trade talks have collapsed in Geneva over America's and Europe's refusal to cut the billions of dollars they provide in support to their agricultural sector.

Working with the media

02/01/2006 | Panos London

This guide has been designed to support strategic thinking on media engagement and to address researchers' need to act autonomously.

Should motherhood be encouraged?

01/23/2004 | Panos London

In Ukraine, the government is responding to the country's falling birth rate by encouraging people to have children. Vadym Cherekhovych meets Tatyana, who's an unmarried mother. 

A is for AIDS

11/28/2003 | Panos London

Julian is one of 30,000 people in London living with HIV. 

G is for Guilt

11/28/2003 | Panos London

Roman in Moscow talks about how he overcame his feelings of guilt at contracting HIV.

J is for Journalist

11/28/2003 | Panos London

Roman in Moscow talks about his experience of meeting journalists who come to interview him because he's HIV positive.

L is for Long life

11/28/2003 | Panos London

Roman in Moscow in Russia tells us how he hopes to live a long time.

N is for Nightmare

11/28/2003 | Panos London

Vera from Surinam now lives in Amsterdam in Holland. She remembers the nightmares she had on first being diagnosed HIV positive.

Q is for Quality of life

11/28/2003 | Panos London

Monserat heard she was HIV positive when she was 19. She explains how the virus has affected her quality of life and given her a new sense of priorities. 

X is for X-rated

11/28/2003 | Panos London

The letter X is significant in a number of different ways for Julian Hows in London, who is living with HIV.

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