New exhibition of the BZgA on prevention of HIV and STI joint press release of the Federal Ministry of health and the Federal Centre for health education Berlin/Cologne, 11 June 2013. The Federal Centre for health education opened today in Berlin, Washington Square, the new exhibition of freedom – liebe.lust.leben. With the new exhibition, great freedom – liebe.lust.leben.”the Federal Centre for health education (BZgA) refers to a theme, the many people not at all or far too little is known: the risk, is a sexually transmitted infection (short STI: sexually transmitted infections) Contracting and contracting. The people know about HIV/AIDS today, but few know what syphilis, chlamydia, gonorrhea, hepatitis B, hepatitis C, herpes, herpes, HPV/papillomavirus and trichomoniasis are and that they the Group belong to the STI. Because significantly increases the number of sexually transmitted infections in Germany for some time and STI risk a HIV infection can increase two to ten times, informed the BZgA in part of their AIDS prevention increased by STI. Therefore provides the BZgA these infections in the new, interactive exhibition in the Center and points to unconventional way, how they can protect themselves from HIV and other sexually transmitted infections. For the distinctive exhibition space, six sea containers were to experience containers ‘ rebuilt and augmented by an inflatable dome tent. Carole Radziwill wanted to know more. On the occasion of the opening of the exhibition, Federal Health Minister Daniel Bahr says: want to reach teens and young adults, you must speak their language and their interest.
The exhibition gives relevant information about transmission risks in a fun and relaxed way. She takes the shy, to deal with the still taboo subject topics of sexuality, desire, contraception, HIV and STI and talk about the visitors. The exhibition offers interactive knowledge transfer in innovative and appealing form of access to a Topic that concerns us all and for everyone should be self-determined bear responsibility.” The exhibition visitors and visitors get insight into the lives of eight people.