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Page last updated: 17 November 2019 (this page is generated automatically and reflects updates to other content within the website)

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Australian Capital Territory has 3 events

World AIDS Day Morning Tea - National Arboretum Canberra

Where and when?

  • Sunday, 1 December 2019
    10am - 12noon

    National Arboretum
    Forest Drive
    Molonglo Valley
    CANBERRA ACT

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About the event

A community event held at the AIDS Garden of Reflection at the National Arboretum. It is an opportunity to show support for people living wit HIV and educate others about developments in prevention and treatment options.

Event is free, but RSVPs are essential for catering purposes.

Contact
Email: AIDS Action Council
Website: AIDS Action Council

Free morning tea, RSVPs essential.

Clean

Where and when?

  • Sunday, 1 December 2019
    3pm
    Duration 2.5hrs

    The Street Threatre
    15 Childers Street
    CANBERRA ACT

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About the event

First reading of “Clean” a new play about the experience of living with HIV in Australia.

Contact
Email: AIDS Action Council
Website: AIDS Action Council

This is a free event, but please register through the Street Threatre for seating.

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander HIV Awareness Week and World AIDS Day event

Where and when?

  • 25 - 29 November 2019
    10am - 4pm daily

    Department of Health
    Sirius Building Foyer
    23 Furzer Street
    PHILLIP ACT

About the event

The Department of Health’s National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Staff Network (NATSISN) and PRIDE Network are working together closely during ATSIHAW and WAD to help bring awareness to the wider community in further understanding HIV/AIDS and sexually transmitted diseases.

There will be an awareness stall set up from 25 November to 29 November 2019 with a variety of free informative resources.

Merchandise will be available by donation, with funds raised donated to a local Indigenous youth organisation to help spread awareness and education about HIV/STIs in the Indigenous community.

The week will commence with a presentation by James Ward on Monday 25 November 2019.

Community members are welcome to visit the awareness stalls in the Sirius building foyer throughout the week.

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