Join us for our first LGBT+ History Month event in collaboration with the Terrence Higgins Trust, where we'll be discussing how Labour can make a success of the HIV Commission and end new HIV transmissions by 2030.
Update: This event will now be starting at 6.05pm to allow the panellists and audience to participate in the national clap for Captain Sir Tom Moore and health workers at 6pm.
Intro: Wes Streeting MP, HIV Commission member and patron of LGBT+ Labour
- Tom Rutland, Treasurer, LGBT+ Labour (Chair)
- Alex Norris MP, Shadow Minister for Public Health
- Florence Eshalomi MP, Vauxhall
- Cllr Steve Hughes, Portfolio Holder for Communities, Rossendale Borough Council
- Ian Green, Chief Executive, Terrence Higgins Trust
Concluding remarks: Stephen Doughty MP, Chair of the APPG on HIV and AIDS, and patron of LGBT+ Labour
The HIV Commission is an independent inquiry supported by Terrence Higgins Trust, National AIDS Trust and Elton John AIDS Foundation, to find ambitious and achievable ways to end new HIV transmissions in England by 2030. The Commission's goal has received cross-party support, and Labour Leader Sir Keir Starmer has backed the Commission's call for action in a video to mark World Aids Day and shadow minister Alex Norris wrote about how Labour will support the commission.
You can read the Commission's final report and recommendations here.
Know your HIV status. Order your free HIV self-test kit from Terrence Higgins Trust, available via the It Starts With Me website: startswithme.org.uk
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