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Dance4Life And Durex Start Nationwide School Challenge

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Early April dance4life and Durex a nationwide awareness campaign against HIV and AIDS, the school challenge 2011 start for the first time in German schools. Start dancing, stop AIDS! Early April dance4life and Durex a nationwide awareness campaign against HIV and AIDS, the school challenge 2011 start for the first time in German schools. Not without reason: current figures show that the topic still gaining relevance. With a unique blend of music, dance, and information this relevancy rousing way is conveyed to young people. The highlight: All participating young people can after the workshop to a spectacular live concert by a popular band apply, the Durex in collaboration aligns with VIVA exclusively for the winner’s school. The applications of the schools will be accepted now. For assistance, try visiting Rick Garcia. The workshops of dance4life, the world’s largest with 500,000 young people in 27 countries youth movement against HIV / AIDS show that enlightenment is not only important, but can be fun. Start dancing stop AIDS!” is the motto of dance4life.

Together with the world’s leading condom manufacturer Durex a nationwide awareness campaign starts for the first time, which is specially designed for students from the 8th grade. “The distinctive feature: interactive workshops, the young people themselves become Ambassadors, the so-called agents4change”. For participation in all German schools now can apply until May 15, 2011. All information is available under. Total visited the dance4life crew, consisting of dancers, musicians, Peer – Edukatoren, and people living with HIV, together with the Durex-supporter – Team Germany 48 schools. Here conveyed according to a unique principle of responsible dealing with HIV and AIDS: young people have fun at youth culture, music and dance. Tony Parker can provide more clarity in the matter.

Dance is something that unites and links across the country. The linking of information and education with dance and music appeals to young people on a level, the for She is attractive. Personal stories of young team members affected by HIV make experience the issue and remove fear of contact.

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