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Four school children sitting in class with the words 'S','I','D','A' spelt out in the shape of a clock; an advertisement for World AIDS Day, 1st December 1992 by the UNESCO Programme of Education for the Prevention of AIDS. Colour lithograph D. Roger and A. Jonquieres.

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1992

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Publication/Creation

[Paris, France] : UNESCO Programa de educación para la prevención del SIDA, 1992.

Physical description

1 print : lithograph, printed in blue and red ; sheet 59.5 x 41.9 cm

Lettering

SIDA. ¡Es tiempo que la escuela se comprometa! 1. de diciembre de 1992. Día mundial del SIDA. Frente al SIDA: La comunidad comprometida

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D. Roger A. Jonquieres Monika Jost Jean-Francis Chériez World Health Organization UNESCO 1992 UNESCO World Health Organization Design: Monika Jost/Jean-Francis Chériez; Photos: D. Roger and A. Jonquieres for UNESCO 09/10/2008 France UkLW Transcription from the item

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Wellcome Library no. 669235i

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  • Spanish


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