The NC AIDS Action Network and the North Carolina Harm Reduction Coalition are hosting the annual North Carolina HIV/AIDS Advocacy Conference, Saturday, September 6, at Winston-Salem State University. Join us there to meet fellow advocates, network, and learn about what’s happening in HIV/AIDS advocacy.
This year’s conference includes plenty of break-out sessions for experienced and beginning HIV advocates, on topics such as HIV & Incarceration, Voting Rights, Harm Reduction 101, Campus Outreach, Women & HIV in NC, and more. Learn how to improve lives and fight for the rights of people living with HIV/AIDS and affected communities from grassroots leaders and respected experts. You’ll also get a chance to connect with advocates from your region and around the state.
The conference begins at 9:30 am and runs until 4:30 pm. Registration is free, but space is limited. Lunch will be provided.
The annual North Carolina HIV/AIDS Advocacy Conference brings together hundreds of North Carolinians for a full-day program of educational programming, advocacy training, and opportunities for networking. Hosted by the North Carolina AIDS Action Network and the North Carolina Harm Reduction Coalition.
The conference begins at 9:30 am and runs until 4:30 pm. Break-out sessions include: Voting Rights; HIV & Incarceration; HIV Policy; Harm Reduction 101; Legislative Advocacy 101; HIV U: Campus Outreach; Faith & HIV Advocacy; Women & HIV in North Carolina; Syringe Access in North Carolina; HIV 101; Naloxone as an Engagement Tool in HIV Prevention; and more! – See more at: http://www.ncaan.org/2014-nc-hivaids-advocacy-conference.html#sthash.mEgnL69D.dpuf
Register here: http://www.ncaan.org/2014-nc-hivaids-advocacy-conference.html