Events

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Victoria has 14 events

Women and HIV breakfast

Where and when?

  • 8:00am - 9:00am
    1 December 2016
  • AMREP
    The Alfred Hospital
    89 Commercial Rd
    MELBOURNE, VIC view map

About the event

Breakfast to honour women living with and working in HIV.

Email: HIV Alfred

World AIDS Day official community launch

Where and when?

  • 8:00am - 9:00am
    1 December 2016
  • AMREP
    The Alfred Hospital
    89 Commercial Rd
    MELBOURNE, VIC view map

About the event

Featuring the Hon. Hill Hennessy, Minister for Health, keynote speaker, Associate Professor Edwina Wright and members of the HIV Positive Speakers Bureau.

Email: Living Positive

Website: Burnett Institiute

World AIDS Day morning tea

Where and when?

  • 10:00am - 11:00am
    1 December 2016
  • AMREP
    The Alfred Hospital
    89 Commercial Rd
    MELBOURNE, VIC view map

About the event

A time to gather and reflect on World AIDS Day with researchers, Doctors and community.

Email: Living Positive

Website: Burnett Institute

World AIDS Day Community forum

Where and when?

  • 11:00am - 12:15pm
    1 December 2016
  • AMREP
    The Alfred Hospital
    89 Commercial Rd
    MELBOURNE, VIC view map

About the event

HIV - Then and now: no one left behind.
Join our special panel, moderated by Rowena Allen, Victorian Commissioner for Gender and Sexuality, discussing issues facing the community, how to support diverse voices and inclusion of people living with and affected by HIV.

Email: Living Positive

Website: Burnett Institute

Melbourne HIV Exchange (mHIVE) World AIDS Day Symposium - Women and HIV

Where and when?

  • 1:00pm - 4:30pm
    1 December 2016
  • AMREP
    The Alfred Hospital
    89 Commercial Rd
    MELBOURNE, VIC view map

About the event

The second Melbourne HIV Exchange (mHIVE) World AIDS Day (WAD) symposium will bring together diverse speakers from research, clinical and HIV-affected communities. It will celebrate the key roles of HIV-affected community members, clinicians and researchers and recognise how their partnership will ultimately work towards preventing, treating and curing HIV.

Email: mHIVE

Website: mHIVE

The red spire

Where and when?

  • All Night, 30 November and 1 December 2016
  • Melbourne Arts Centre spire, VIC

About the event

See the spire turn red in recognition of all those living with and affected by HIV.

Email: Living Positive

World AIDS Day Memorial Ceremony

Where and when?

  • 5:30pm, 1 December 2016
  • Positive Living Centre
    51 Commercial Road
    PRAHRAN, VIC

About the event

A community event to remember, hope and celebrate those who have died and those who are living with HIV. Open to all.

Doors open 5.30 PM. Memorial commences at 6.30 PM

Email: Victorian AIDS Council

Website: Victorian AIDS Council

World AIDS Day staff event

Where and when?

  • 12:30pm - 1:30pm
    20 November 2016
  • Royal Melbourne Hospital
    Latrobe theatre
    300 Grattan Street
    PARKVILLE, VIC

About the event

Dr Daniel O'Brien and a WLWHIV speaker

Email: Royal Melbourne Hospital

AIDS Quilt Display at the Memorial Service

Where and when?

  • 5:30pm - 9:00pm
    1 December 2016
  • Positive Living Centre
    51 Commercial Road
    PRAHRAN, VIC view map

About the event

Rememberance/celebrating

Email: Victorian AIDS Council

Website: Victorian AIDS Council

World AIDS Day - Bendigo

Where and when?

  • 9:00am - 5:00pm
    1 December 2016
  • AIDS Quilt Display
    Bendigo Library
    259 Hargreaves Street
    BENDIGO, VIC

About the event

Rememberance/Educational

Email: Victorian AIDS Council

WAD Red Ribbon Distribution

Where and when?

  • 7:00am - 7:00pm
    1 December 2016
  • Various locations around Melbourne

About the event

Red Ribbon Distribution - Various locations around Melbourne

Thierry & Queen Sts (NE & SW), Lonsdale & King Sts (NE & SW), Lonsdale & Swanston Sts (NE & SW), Collins & Exhibition Sts. (SE & NW), Collins & Queen Sts (NE & SW), La Trobe & William Sts (NE & SW), La Trobe & Elizabeth Sts (SE & NW), Bourke St Mall (Charity Site), Bourke & Spring Sts NE & SE), Princes & Lygon Sts (NW & SE), Collins & Elizabeth Sts (SE & NW), Flinders & King Sts (NE & SW), Bourke & Russell Sts (NE & SW), La Trobe & Spencer Sts (NE& SW), Lonsdale & Exhibition Sts NE & SW), Collins & Spencer Sts (SE & SW), Franklin & Swanston Sts (SE & NW), Southbank Pedestrian Bridge, La Trobe & Russel Sts (NE & SW), Flinders & Swanston Sts (SE & NE), Collins & Swanston Sts (NE & SW), Bourke & Elizabeth Sts (SE & NW), Swanston St (Outside State Library), Southbank (Sandridge Rail Bridge) , Bourke & William Sts (SE & NW), Collins & King Sts (SE & NW), Victoria Pde & Nicholson St (NW, SW & SE), Flinders St Station, Southern Cross Station, Parliament Station, Flagstaff Station, Melbourne Central, South Yarra Station, Footscray Station

Email: Victorian AIDS Council

Website: Victorian AIDS Council

Community BBQ

Where and when?

  • 12:30pm - 2:30pm
    29 November 2016
  • Bendigo District Aboriginal Cooperative
    13 Forest Street
    BENDIGO, VIC

About the event

Special guest speaker from the Positive Speakers Bureau - Aunty Bev Greet

Email: Victorian AIDS Council

PLUS Documentary

Where and when?

  • 6:00pm - 7:00pm
    1 December 2016
  • La Trobe Visual Arts Centre
    121 View Street
    BENDIGO, VIC

About the event

Join Issie Soudy, Geelong based artist for the launch of her documentary PLUS. VACountry, headspace Bendigo and Living Positive Victoria will take part in a panel discussion hosted by local Bendigo artist Noel Hourigan. PLUS provides audiences with raw stories and confronts the realities of stigma as told by both HIV- and HIV+ members of the community.

Email: Victorian AIDS Council

AIDS Quilt Display and World AIDS Day panel discussion

Where and when?

  • 12:30pm - 2:00pm
    1 December 2016
  • Bendigo Library
    259 Hargreaves Street
    BENDIGO, VIC

About the event

Come and bear witness to the threads of people’s lives woven into the tapestry of the epidemic. Panel discussion members include Positive Speakers Bureau members and local service providers.

Email: Victorian AIDS Council

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