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Spectra CIC is very pleased to announce that we have expanded our service in cooperation with an additional FOUR South Western Boroughs, delivering HIV prevention and other peer-led services to Merton, Sutton, Richmond and Kingston.
Londoners are being urged to have their say on HIV prevention drugs, known as PrEP, which can be prescribed to people at greatest risk of contracting HIV.
Order your HIV home sampling kit for free today!!!
Get involved in the Red Run for World AIDS day event! #RedRun
Do you, or do you know someone who wants to STOP SMOKING?
Imperial College is looking for people who attend one of their hospitals regularly due to a long-term health condition to help design their new website: www.imperial.nhs.uk. If you fit the criteria and you attend their workshop you will get £50 for your trouble.
This World AIDS Day the Terrence Higgins Trust want to concentrate on raising awareness of stigma that people living with HIV face. They want to use the day’s far-reaching platform to stand together in solidarity and say #StopStigma, and want to represent your voices and your opinions in doing this. By you answering these anonymous short questions, we can do this.
WLGMP will be hosting its third Wellness Day: for Black, Asian & Minority Ethnic (BAME) Men who are Gay, Bi, or men who have sex with men.
Saturday 7th March 10am – 5pm at Caius House in Battersea.
During LGBT History month, NPL and Time To Change are putting on a pioneering theatre play.
Please see below the events WLGMP will be running and attending in the run up to World AIDS Day.
Tuesday 20 November 7pm – The London International Transgender Day of Remembrance Ceremony will be held for the first time on a weekday, on the first floor of the ULU building in Malet Street, Bloomsbury, WC1E 7HY.
Do you live, work or socialise in Sutton? Or do you know some one who does? Here is the chance to help the London borough of Sutton better understand what HIV prevention and support services is needed.
13 – 19 October 2012
WLGMP is running a new social group for LGBT (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender) people over 50. Open to all Kingston and surrounding areas residents, and those who socialise and/or work within the borough.
This summer London is hosting a number of hugely high profile events, including the Olympics and World Pride.
The London Borough of Richmond upon Thames and Richmond Clinical Commissioning Group would like to hear from Richmond residents and local stakeholders about their draft Sexual Health Commissioning Strategy, to find out what residents think and to understand their priorities and concerns.