VACANCY CONTRACT TYPE – Self employed consultancy JOB TITLE – ACT UP LONDON Network developer DEADLINE FOR APPLICATIONS – Friday 30th June 12 noon ACT UP LONDON Network Developer: Job Description for 2 roles for 1 day per week from August 2017 – February 2018 and then February 2018 – August 2018.Pls state which period you prefer. Initial hand-over training will be a few evenings … Continue reading ACT UP LONDON are hiring 2 X Network Developers!
Friday 29th January 6.30-9pm – ‘Club Room’ (which is upstairs and immediately on the right) Young Vic Theatre, 66 The Cut, London SE1 8LZ – nearest tube station is Waterloo or Southwark – fully wheelchair accessible. Text Danny on 07725402263 if you get lost. All details at http://www.actuplondon.wordpress.com HIV activism Press Training – hosted by Positively UK and ACT UP LONDON – Facebook page click here … Continue reading Apply here – HIV activism Press Training – hosted by Positively UK and ACT UP LONDON
Friday 15th January 6.30-9pm – ‘Positively UK’ – 345 City Road London EC1V 1LR – (nearest tube – Angel) – text dan on 07717811747 if you get lost! The Politics of intersectional HIV activism – all injustices are connected! All details at http://www.actuplondon.wordpress.com – Facebook event page click here A forum on intersectional activism to create effective HIV / AIDS activism ‘Perverts!’ ‘Lepers!’ ‘You brought … Continue reading Apply Here – Friday 15th January 6.30-9pm – The Politics of intersectional HIV activism – all injustices are connected!
Are you an LGBTQI and / HIV activist from anywhere in the world? Would you like to share a few words about your experience of homophobia or HIV-phobia for a few minutes? It would be an honour to have you. Please email email@example.com to register your interest. ACT UP! FIGHT BACK! FIGHT AIDS! — 5th February 2016 – 6.30pm – 8.30pm – The Royal Vauxhall … Continue reading Are you an LGBTQI and /or HIV activist? ‘Silence = Infection / 40’ Campaign Launch
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – ART, AIDS AND ACTIVISM AIDSTRAVAGANZA LAUNCH, THURSDAY 10th DECEMBER 2015 In the weeks leading up to World AIDS Day 2015, ACT UP London (1) have been reaching out to artists in the city and beyond, to integrate new designs and visual subversion into the contemporary fight against HIV. In the past year in London, ACT UP LONDON have occupied the front … Continue reading FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – ART, AIDS AND ACTIVISM AIDSTRAVAGANZA LAUNCH, THURSDAY 10th DECEMBER 2015
It’s Tuesday 1st December 2015. I’m staggering across a small stage in east London, blinded by a spotlight, doused in glitter, confetti and silly string, my grazed knee bleeding through my fishnets, with two Christmas baubles shoved down the front of my leopard print boxer shorts. Around, beneath and on top of me, a melee of men, women, and ‘not applicable’, swathed in sequins, lycra, faux … Continue reading ‘What Am I Doing Here?’ Reflections on HIV / HEPC Blind Date – World AIDS Day Special – by Dani Singer
‘HIV transmissions reach new record levels’ Health Protection England 2015 ‘(HEPC / HIV / Cancer) Drug Goes From $13.50 a Tablet to $750, Overnight’ New York Times, September 2015 ‘PREP (Pre-Exposure Phrophylaxis – a pill you can take if you are at risk of getting HIV) isn’t freely available on the NHS.’ www.iwantprepnow.co.uk “Revealed: Nigel Farage planned Aids comment as part of ‘shock and awful’ TV debate strategy” … Continue reading HIV HEPC Blind Date – World AIDS Special – Contestant Call – Out – register interest by 19.11.15
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – 30th September 2015 ACT UP LONDON launches ‘We Are Still Angry’: a network committed to confrontational activism against cuts to HIV services A sold-out event tonight will host the HIV direct action group ‘Aids Coalition To Unleash Power’ (ACT UP LONDON) who, along with a coalition of welfare groups, launch a fierce network of activists committed to creative and confrontational street … Continue reading FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – ACT UP LONDON launches ‘We Are Still Angry’
“HIV & AIDS is foremost a political crisis, as well as a medical emergency, we will use every means possible to call out and contain this pandemic” – so says the mission statement of ACT UP: London. As activists involved in fight against HIV and AIDS we know and understand the weight of the pandemic, unlike so many of those in government who care more … Continue reading IMMIGRATION BILL: THE FACTS