Published on Dec 13, 2017
in Event, Women living with HIV
Being HIV positive shouldn’t stop women who want to, to be parents. Despite this, many women may have doubts and/or questions about the implications of having HIV and becoming a parent. This is why we are running a one day Pregnancy Journey workshop on Saturday 20 January 2018.
Published on Dec 11, 2017
in Personal Stories - Men, Personal Stories of living with HIV
Globally, there are 37 million people living with HIV. I am one of them and I want to share my story. Today, we have a chance of defeating this virus and this is me, standing up to play my part.
Published on Dec 1, 2017
in Get Involved
This World AIDS Day, read this special blog post by Bakita about the importance of making HIV activism inclusive of all people living with HIV, and the importance of not sacrificing groups that are already ‘othered’ in general society
Published on Nov 29, 2017
in Our Publications, Publications
As part of a series of events to mark ours 30th Anniversary, Positively UK have published the new report “Now What? The effectiveness of peer support in HIV and the need for action”. The report sets out the benefits of peer support for people living with HIV, impact up the system in terms of reducing demand on health and social care services and savings to the system.
Published on Nov 24, 2017
Thirty years since the outbreak of the HIV epidemic, the UK AIDS Memorial Quilt will be on public display in Westminster Hall to commemorate the lives of those lost. Positively UK is proud to be part of the coalition of charities that have worked to display this irreplaceable piece of international social history.
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