DODY SPITTAL AWARD
 
- WHAT THEY SAY ABOUT...
 
The documentary is a real eye-opener. After watching the film I realized that people with a disability should explicitly be mentioned as one of the vulnerable groups for HIV.

I had never realized that people think that persons with a disability cannot become HIV positive.
 
The documentary also made me realize that now HIV education is not very accessible for blind and deaf people.

The documentary shows clearly the urgency to pay more attention to issues regarding sexuality and persons with a disability.
 
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* Filmmaker Marijn Poels received the Dody Spittal Award - CANADA - Marijn Poels has received the “Dodie Spittal Award” with his new documentary READ MORE. SEE VIDEO OF MARIJN'S SPEECHE
- Documentary warmly received
- ‘The voice of 650 million times one’ has been warmly received after its premiere on June 15. After the premiere the documentary screened in Iran, Vietnam, Belgium, Austria, Kenia, Holland, Ireland, Canada and more...
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