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World AIDS Day – Why we still need it


December 4, 2021
11:00 am - 1:00 pm


Living Positive Victoria
Thorne Harbour Health


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World AIDS Day was first observed on December 1, 1988 to bring greater awareness to HIV, as well as to commemorate those affected by the it.

Both Thorne Harbour Health, formerly known as Victorian AIDS Council and Living Positive Victoria, formerly known as People Living With HIV/AIDS Victoria, also began to commemorate on this day.

Zooming in will be John Hall of Thorne Harbour Health and David O’Keeffe of Living Positive Victoria and they will be taking us on a journey and describe some of the history behind past World AIDS Day events. They will also discuss their shared vision for the future and why it is still important to keep HIV on the agenda.

A zoom link to join in will be sent Thursday 2 December.

Taking Charge is a partnership between Living Positive Victoria and Thorne Harbour Health.

For more information contact Vic Perri – vperri@livingpositivevictoria.org.au or Gerry O’Brien – gerry.obrien@thorneharbour.org