News from STOPAIDS
We are delighted to announce that Tabitha Ha has replaced Saoirse as the Student Stop AIDS Campaign Coordinator. Tabby has been an avid Student Stop AIDS campaigner for the last two years and has great ideas on how to strengthen the student network.
Siomha Cunniffe will be starting as our new Operations Manager from 2 July. Siomha will be joining us from Autistica UK and we are thrilled to have her coming onboard.
News from members
Strive: The May edition of the STRIVE Digest newsletter has been published. It contains interesting resources, exciting news and information on STRIVE Learning Labs.
Starfish Greathearts Foundation: are holding a concert in Rosslyn Hill Chapel at 7:30pm on 2 July to raise funds for orphans affected by HIV. You can book online or call 020 7597 3797. Please email for further information.
Trócaire is piloting work on tackling self-stigma among people living with HIV in Zimbabwe. Alongside colleagues in the Irish Forum for Global Health, they have developed an action calling for increased recognition, resourcing, research and commitment for addressing self-stigma in the context of the HIV epidemic. Please take a moment to look at the information on the IFGH home page, and to sign the petition.
Theatre for Change: has launched an international training programme for organisations working with at risk groups. Theatre for Change has developed a unique approach to behaviour change and advocacy which combines drama and participatory learning to promote behaviour and policy change. This approach is particularly beneficial to those working in sexual and reproductive health and gender rights. For more information or to enquire about packages please visit the website.
The Kaleidoscope Trust: is excited to announce the appointment of Dr Felicity Daly as Executive Director. Felicity has an outstanding record of promoting sexual rights in development policy and programming. Felicity's background in public health and social development programming will support Kaleidoscope Trust to expand its work to support partnerships with LGBT organisations in low and middle income countries.