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2024 International AIDS Candlelight Memorial

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Date:
May 19
Time:
5:00 pm - 6:30 pm

Venue

Library at the Dock
107 Victoria Harbour Promenade
Docklands, Vic Australia
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Join us as we join organisations worldwide to raise HIV awareness and remember the friends and family we have lost to AIDS, along with all people who continue to live with HIV.

This year we honour our positive family with a panel conversation featuring LPV President, Craig Brennan along with former Presidents, Adam Ehm, Paul Kidd, Christabel Millar and Ian Muchamore.

We further honour those we have lost with an address by renown and acclaimed HIV positive advocate, David Menadue and, founding member of Positive Women Victoria and prominent advocate for women living with HIV, Michelle Wesley, along with and address by LPV CEO, Richard Keane.

This year the event will be emceed by Brenton Geyer, and will feature performances by LowRez Male Choir

How to get there:
By Tram: Routes 11, 48 along Collins Street. Get off at stop D18
By Train: Take any train to Southern Cross Station then connect to trams 11, 48 along Collins Street. Get off at stop D18

Connect with the International AIDS Candlelight Memorial this Sunday via our livestream service
To all of our members from regional Victoria, and anyone else who can’t get to Docklands this Sunday to be at our Candlelight Memorial, we invite our valued members, partners, supporters, allies and families to join us via livestream. As a statewide organisation, we are committed to reaching, connecting with and improving access for all people with HIV in Victoria. Wherever you are in Victoria, your engagement in our community events matters to us. You can join us at 5pm this Sunday, 19 May at youtube.com/@LivingPositiveVictoria-lpv/streams

 

This event is presented by Living Positive Victoria and supported by Positive Women Victoria

 

 

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Living Positive Victoria acknowledges the Traditional Owners of the land where we work and live. We pay our respects to Elders past, present and emerging. We celebrate the stories, culture and traditions of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Elders of all communities who also work and live on this land.