November 9, 2016
November 9, 2016
IGLYO Calls, LGBTQI, IGLYO
Is your organisation interested in working around HIV and sexual health within the LGBTQI community? Would you like to know more about what is going on in Europe around World AIDS Day and the European HIV/Hep Testing Week? Get some ideas about how to get involved?
If you would like to discuss and find out more about HIV work and possible European initiatives, let’s come together for an informal chat at IGLYO’s Webinar on Saturday, 19 November, at 5 pm CET.
How to sign in
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org with a short message that you would like to participate, before the end of Thursday, 17 November. As we do not know how many interested people there are, we will reserve spots to the webinar on a first come, first served based. Depending on the number of sign-ins, we will decide on a format and email you instructions. You need an internet connection on your computer or smartphone. The webinar will take about 45 minutes.
Please stay in touch with us for more webinars on other interesting topics soon to come!
More information about this webinar:
It is about: working around HIV/sexual health in the LGBTQI communities in Europe; specifically about European HIV/Hep Testing Week campaign: thunderclap, social apps, and many educational and PR resources: data factsheets, presentations, briefs, in various languages, etc.
Some contexts of work where this could be useful: activists, organisations working in the field of HIV/sexual health in the LGBTQI community or motivated to start working.
The International Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer & Intersex (LGBTQI) Youth and Student Organisation
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