‘Stigma & Discrimination – are attitudes changing?’ @the Bloomsbury Patient Network
Thursday 26th October, 2017
6:00 pm - 7:30 pm
Mortimer Market Center – Duncan Catterall Seminar Room (Lower Ground Floor)
Stigma & Discrimination – are attitudes changing?
An all star panel will be discussing:
- Has stigma or discrimination affected you?
- Are attitudes getting better or worse?
- Is the media helping to change attitudes or stifling change?
- Has the Law made a difference?
- Are you still worried about the threat of prosecution?
- What can we do about stigma and discrimination?
- How can we change people’s attitudes?
- Matt Cain, editor of ATTITUDE magazine– journalist and a Mortimer Market PrEP patient
- Charlie Ardwick – senior press officer at the National AIDS Trust – who have championed PLWH for many years including changes in the law
- Kat Smithson – Policy Advisor and campaigner at the National AIDS Trust & expert in social attitudes
Held at the Duncan Catterall Seminar Room (Lower Ground Floor), Mortimer Market Center, Mortimer Market, London, WC1E 6JB. Mortimer Market, just off Tottenham Court Road, the passage to clinic is between 169 (Futon Shop) & 170 Tottenham Court Road. Nearest Tube: Warren Street/Goodge Street.
Register for this special event, to reserve a place, note that there is a limit of 60 places – so do so early. You do not need to be a patient of the clinic to attend.