This report presents the findings of the evaluation of Positively UK’s Gay & Bisexual Men’s Project, our project to empower gay and bisexual men to achieve effective self-management and independent living with HIV. The evaluation was carried out at the end of year two of the three-year project, and was informed by quantitative and qualitative data.
I AM HERE: Connect, Share, Explore is a festival celebrating the lives of women with HIV. The festival will take place on 8th and 9th of March, and we have a series of fascinating workshops for us to mobilise and
We are extremely excited to announce a collaboration between Act Up Women and the Women’s Room – Positively UK’s peer lead support group for women with HIV to organise an event for International Women's Day 2018: a Positive Women Fashion Show and Party, to increase awareness of how HIV affects women in the UK, and to create an opportunity to portray women with HIV as strong, creative and resilient.
In this blog, Helen shares her experience of being a mother and having a baby after 40 whilst being HIV positive. If you would like to know more, Positively UK is running a Pregnancy Journey Workshop on Saturday 20th January for women living with HIV to learn more about pregnancy, motherhood, and becoming a parent.
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.
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
Having a baby can be an exciting time, but also one filled with apprehension. When you add HIV to the mix it can definitely become a time of deep anxiety. That's where our Lets Talk Babies group can help.