Are you of African or Caribbean heritage and interested in putting an end to HIV infections and stigma in Bristol?
Common Ambition Bristol is a major new project with people of African and Caribbean heritage working in partnership with health care professionals, African Voices Forum, other charitable organisations and academics to increase HIV testing and awareness and reduce HIV stigma. Find out more about the project.
In order for this project to be a success, the project team needs people of African and Caribbean heritage to work together with them and tell them their ideas to help develop news ways to tackle HIV. There will be various paid and volunteer opportunities for involvement in the project. The paid roles are for a few hours each month which can be carried out alongside other part-time or full-time work.
This will be a Zoom meeting where you can find out more information about the project including:
Background to the project
How the project will run
Opportunities for getting involved
Some entertainment kindly organised for us by African Voices Forum
At the end of the session, there will be time available for you to ask questions and/or register your interest in getting involved.
Robert Woolley, Chief Executive of University Hospitals Bristol and Weston NHS Foundation Trust (UHBW) and Asher Craig, Deputy Mayor of Bristol City Council are taking part in this launch event.