Proudly Undetectable

Published on Jul 13, 2018 in News, Personal Stories of living with HIV, Uncategorized

  Positively UK, staff, service users, peer mentors and associates strutted through the streets of central London on Saturday 7th July for Pride in London. David – Peer youth worker,  organiser of Positively UK at Pride in London this year, tells us how it went and why Pride still matters to us.     It […]

Hearing Your Views, Shaping Our Direction

Published on Jul 10, 2018 in Get Involved, News

We are starting the process of renewing our five-year strategy and want to ensure that we hear the views of everyone we work with, including: people living with HIV who use our services,   our volunteers and  trained peer mentors, partner organisations and clinics across the UK. We would also like to hear from anyone living […]

We’re Recruiting a Gay Men’s Programme Co-ordinator

Published on Jun 29, 2018 in Get Involved, Recruitment

We are recruiting a programme co-ordinator to build on our highly successful work with gay and bisexual men. The Gay Men’s Co-ordinator is an exciting role at Positively UK, and coincides with the development of our new 5-year strategy, which will provide the post holder with the potential to shape the future development of the project.

We’re Recruiting a Fundraising & Communication Manager

Published on Jun 6, 2018 in Get Involved, Recruitment

We’re looking for someone who will be a key member of the team at Positively UK, who will play a pivotal role in our provision of quality and effective support for people living with HIV by leading a small team to ensure the smooth running of the organisation’s administration, finance and operations functions.

International Women’s Day – The Power is Ours

Published on Mar 8, 2018 in Event, Women living with HIV

Ahead of International Women’s Day Positively UK’s Women’s Room and Act Up Women, held a spectacular event to celebrate the collective and individual power of women with HIV. The event featured collective poetry by women with HIV, the young activist and poet Bakita, and a mind-blowing Fashion Runaway where over 20 women strutted with pride, confidence and humour.

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