Volunteering at AIDS 2014
AIDS 2014 is expected to convene over 18,000 delegates from nearly 200 countries. Volunteers will support the running of the conference, greet delegates, help in the Global Village and perform many other crucial tasks. Apply online from 1 April. For further questions, email the AIDS 2014 Volunteer Department volunteers@AIDS2014.org
International AIDS 2014 Candlelight Vigil
On Tuesday 22 July 2014, a large-scale Candlelight Vigil Memorial event will take place at Federation Square. Driven by Living Positive Victoria, diverse event sponsors, partners and supporters have come on board to participate in and guide the vigil's planning process. For a current prospectus for this event, including enquiries on organisational involvement/sponsorship, please contact Don Harris via email, or telephone at 03 9863 8733.
AIDS 2014 Social Media
Stay connected with updates and news from the conference, using the following sites: Facebook: www.facebook.com/InternationalAIDSConference Twitter: @AIDS_conference #AIDS2014 YouTube: www.youtube.com/iasaidsconference
Female Positive Speakers Needed
Becoming a positive speaker will provide both personal and professional skills that will translate across your whole of life and in turn help all of us challenge the stigma facing people living with HIV in the community. The Positive Speakers Bureau is seeking to recruit additional female speakers to ensure we equally reflect the experiences of women living with HIV. We are calling for expressions of interest from HIV-positive female speakers to enhance our program capacity and to ensure that a diversity of positive experiences are represented in the community. Contact the Positive Speakers Coordinator by calling 9863 8733 or via email.
ENUF Voices - 18-25 July 2014
An exhibition of stories and images to challenge HIV and promote resilience. Curated by Brenton Geyer, this compelling exhibition will be hosted at The Atrium (Federation Square). Please contact Suzy Malhotra via email for more information or if you wish to be involved.
Share your story and make a difference
ENUF continues to challenge HIV related discrimination and stigma in the community and provides an opportunity for people living with HIV to share their experience. Our collective voices are what will help mobilise a social movement to reisit stigma within our communities. To share your story of HIV stigma or show your support visit our website www.enuf.org.au
ENUF is Enough - 16-23 May 2014
Theatre performance presented by Company 2014 and 1st, 2nd & 3rd Year Production Students. Check out the Get Involved section for details.