01/12/2015: Join PwC’s DAWN and GLEE networks on World Aids Day

PwC and Glee event World Aids Day

On 1st December, PwC’s DAWN and GLEE networks will be co-hosting a debate on HIV, in recognition of World AIDS Day. PwC Partner Andy Woodfield will be joined by guest panellists and explore what living with HIV in the UK is like today, its associated stigma and how we can combat this by creating an inclusive environment where people can bring their whole self to work.

There are over 100,000 people in the UK living with HIV (nearly 2% of the population), and an estimated 35 million globally. Many organisations predict these numbers are considerably higher than this with many people hiding their status due to the associated stigma.

We invite you to come along, dispel the myths, and smash the stigma.

Date: Tuesday 1 December 2015
Time: 5.30pm registration, 6pm start.
Location: Hilton Hotel, 5 More London Place, Tooley St London SE1 2B, Rooms 2-4

To register, please email: [email protected]

This event is open to both internal and external members, so if you have any friends or colleagues who might be interested in attending, please do pass on the link.

At PwC, we aim to recognise and embrace all the ways in which our people are individual and our Disability, Ability, and Well-being Network (“DAWN”) and Gay, Lesbian and Everyone Else Network (“GLEE”) help support this through their profile, visibility and activities. Both networks regularly hold events for our clients and community so do come along and meet us.

Please RSVP.

Bisi Alimi PwC World Aids Day Panel Event, Guest Speakers:

Bisi Alimi

Bisi is an internationally renowned researcher and public speaker in sexual health and human and LGBT rights, and was the first Nigerian to openly declare his sexuality on national television in Kat Smithson2004.

Kat Smithson

Policy & Campaigns Manager for National AIDSTrust (NAT)

Paul Fleming Paul Fleming

Director of Fundraising and Communication from Positive East

Adrian Hyyrylainen-Trett

Adrian Hyyrylainen-Trett First openly HIV+ Candidate to reveal his status before standing for a UK General Election

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