Positive Voices consists of a team of volunteers who provide informative talks and sessions in education, corporate, public sector and other organisations about their personal experiences of living with HIV.
We provide an opportunity to hear directly from someone living with HIV, to ask questions, and to improve your knowledge of HIV and sexual health.
We operate in:
- Brighton and West Sussex
Book a Positive Voices speaker by filling in the form below.
Why book a Positive Voices talk?
HIV can affect anyone. More than 103,800 people are living with HIV in the UK, with over 7,260 unaware that they have HIV, and over 4,000 testing positive for HIV each year.
Knowledge of HIV is often based on the AIDS crisis in the 1980s and 1990s rather than the realities of living with HIV in the 21st century.
Because of outdated information, people living with HIV can face prejudice and discrimination in educational settings, in the workplace and from their family and friends.
What we offer
Positive Voices speakers are trained to deliver sexual health presentations to diverse audiences in a range of settings, including:
- schools, colleges and universities,
- youth clubs,
- the NHS and other healthcare providers,
- faith-based groups,
- charities and community organisations.
Our speakers cover HIV prevention and safer sex messages, along with sharing their own experiences of living with HIV.
How it works
We can tailor our presentations and discussions depending on the audience, to ensure that it is both suitable and engaging.
Positive Voices provides this service at no cost, although donations and expenses cover for our speakers are welcome.
Please complete our online booking form below to book a speaker.
For more information, please email [email protected].
Volunteering with Positive Voices
Applications for speakers across London, Brighton and West Sussex are now open. Please contact [email protected] or download the role description below to find out more.