A History of AIDS/HIV Activism – Webinar

25 February 2021 1:00pm–2:30pm

Online

Add to calendar2021-02-25 13:00:002021-02-25 14:30:00Europe/LondonA History of AIDS/HIV Activism – WebinarThings get better with UNISON learning. UNISON is offering a fantastic workshop for members in the South West. This webinar looks back to the 1990s and early 2000s and the rise of AIDS/HIV Activism and what it can teach us in the age of Covid-19. It covers: • How different communities organised to tackle both the AIDS/HIV pandemic • The impact of groups such as ACT-UP and their legacy and relevance today • Lesson that can be learnt from their strategies and tactics, especially in the age of Covid-19. • The role of trade unions in tackling AIDS/HIV in the workplace. Online Get directions

Things get better with UNISON learning.

UNISON is offering a fantastic workshop for members in the South West.

This webinar looks back to the 1990s and early 2000s and the rise of AIDS/HIV
Activism and what it can teach us in the age of Covid-19.
It covers:
• How different communities organised to tackle both the AIDS/HIV pandemic
• The impact of groups such as ACT-UP and their legacy and relevance today
• Lesson that can be learnt from their strategies and tactics, especially in the
age of Covid-19.
• The role of trade unions in tackling AIDS/HIV in the workplace.

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  • A History of AIDS/HIV Activism – Webinar

    25 February 2021 — 1:00 pm

A History of AIDS/HIV Activism – Webinar

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If you have any queries please contact the Education Team here: Email: SW Education Enquiries

This course is run by Karen Williams Regional Organiser ( Womens & Equalities)