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5th July 2017 @ 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm
As a woman living with HIV for two decades, Angelina is passionate about advocating for the sexual health and reproductive rights of women living with HIV. From 2010 – 2011 she led the planning, curriculum development and delivery of the pilot project ‘From Pregnancy to Baby and Beyond’ with Positively UK. This project featured in Salamander Trust’s “Rights, Camera, Action” participatory film training workshop. This project developed a sustainable model of education, information, emotional and practical support, for women living with HIV through ante- to post-natal care.
Angelina also sits on various national and international advisory boards regarding policy formulation. This includes the Women’s Network of the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists. She has also co-authored various articles in peer-review journals and UNAIDS reports.
The conversation with Angelina
The full conversation
2. Coming to terms with diagnosis
3. Having her daughter
4. Why did you test?
5. Disclosure – ‘even the term itself brings out far’
6. Telling Mum and family
7. Telling daughter
8. Daughter educating teacher
10. Partners, acceptance and rejection
11. Women and HIV
12. “Those Of Us Who Can”
13. Spark to be open
14. Pregnancy and HIV
15. Groups and organisations
16. What drives you on
17. Words to young woman living with HIV