World Aids Day »

… in existence for over 20 years now.  It is a simple and powerful way to challenge stigma and prejudice around HIV and also shows support for people living with HIV.

In Lanarkshire, World AIDS Day is an opportunity for us to raise awareness with both staff and members of the public about HIV and AIDS. Show your support for World AIDS Day – wear a red ribbon.

There are many plans in place for 2018, some organisations are flying the red ribbon flag and others are “lighting up …

World Aids Day 2010 »

… actions that will help improve understanding about HIV, prevent transmission of HIV and stop HIV prejudice

The First Minister of Scotland, Alex Salmond, has recorded a message in respect of World AIDS Day 2010 and this can be viewed at the following link:

  http://www.worldaidsday.org/Media-Centre/Political-Party-Video-Messages.aspx  

By learning the facts about HIV we can all play our part in increasing knowledge about HIV here in the UK, preventing the spread of HIV and …

Being Bisexual »

… range of people to be attracted to!

Unfortunately, like gay people, they can experience prejudice and discrimination and not only from heterosexual people but from gay people as well.

It is important to remember that all states of attraction are valid and as a society we should welcome all diversities of attraction equally.

The LGBT Centre for Health and Wellbeing have launched a helpline which will provide information and emotional support for lesbian, gay, bisexual and …