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Joshua Anderson

4th October 2017 @ 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm

Joshua Anderson
Joshua Anderson
Joshua Anderson
Joshua is a software engineer living in London. He was diagnosed in 2014 after shortly moving to London, and has been on a journey of activism since diagnosis.

Before diagnosis, Joshua would not engage with potential partners that were HIV positive. Since diagnosis he went on his own journey to understanding life as a HIV positive man, and also a journey that challenged his own deep-rooted beliefs and what he calls his own “personal ignorance”. Joshua has developed as a person since then, and has found a strong community of people with support from organisations such as Terrence Higgins Trust and Positively UK.

Being HIV positive in 2017 is a lot different to being positive in 1987, but there are still some very real challenges that HIV positive people can face. Joshua will speak about this candidly, and will draw on his experience of the last three years.

Joshua currently volunteers as a peer mentor for Positively UK, and supports their Gay Talk group. He was also part of the Through Positive Eyes global photographic collaboration with HIV activists from around the world, with Gideon Mendel and the UCLA Art & Global Health Centre

The conversation with Joshua

The full conversationĀ (30 minutes 55 second)
[18.5 MB]


4th October 2017
6:00 pm - 7:00 pm
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3rd Floor, Lift Bank C, Chelsea and Westminster Hospital, 369 Fulham Road
London, SW10 9NH United Kingdom
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020 3315 8000