Panel Discussion: What London can do together to get to zero HIV for Black people?
One Voice Network and Fast-Track Cities joined together for Black History Month 2020 to document the stories and work of Black people living with HIV in London and the people and organisations supporting them.
A panel discussion including our Chair, Deryck Browne, and Vice-Chair, Jide Macaulay, detailed the work to be done to get to zero HIV for Black people.
The topics included:
How can we improve HIV services for Black people in London?
How can faith leaders support the Black community to get to zero HIV?
How can we encourage better engagement with HIV prevention services?
How do we work together to improve social justice and care for migrants with HIV?
Further stories from our collaboration for Black History Month can be found on the Fast-Track Cities London website at: https://www.healthylondon.org/a-black-history-of-hiv-in-london-stories-from-londoners/