HIV can affect anyone. 105,200 people are living with HIV in the UK, with 6,600 of these unaware that they have HIV and over 4,000 testing positive for HIV each year.

Knowledge of HIV is often based on the AIDS crisis in the 1980s and 1990s rather than the realities of living with HIV in the 21st century.

Outdated information can mean people living with HIV can face prejudice and discrimination in educational settings, in the workplace and from their family and friends.

This year for World AIDS Day, we are honoured to have two speakers from the Terrence Higgins Trust Positive Voice project speak to us about the current issues facing people living with HIV and HIV prevention.

The talk is open to all, please do invite your friends along for this educational talk.
Link to join: Positive Voice Talk
Wednesday, 1 December · 5:00 – 6:00pm
Google Meet joining info
Video call link: https://meet.google.com/qpb-cxxv-tht
Or dial: ?(US) +1 320-318-7452? PIN: ?845 850 824?#

Access statement: The talk will be conducted on Google Meet caption option will be available. You can leave at any time you wish, contents will include mentioning of disease and death. We can have a 5 minutes access break in the middle of the talk