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Can local authorities lead the way in the goal to end new cases of HIV by 2030?
The goal of ending new cases of HIV by 2030 is not just scientifically possible, it is government policy, and following the launch of the HIV Commission report last World AIDS Day, we have a practical plan to make it happen. The commission called on local government – the drivers of public and sexual health services across the country – to each publish a HIV Action Plan, increase testing, to work to fight HIV-related sigma and integrate support services better. The local Labour leadership has so much to offer to end the domestic epidemic – join this event to hear how pioneering Labour councils are taking action and debate how all local authorities can help meet this historic goal.

Panellists
• Alex Norris MP, shadow public health minister, and have invited the following to join the panel:
• Cllr Bev Craig, Executive Member for Adult Health and Wellbeing & LGBT Lead, Manchester City Council
• Cllr Asher Craig, Deputy Mayor & Cabinet Member for Communities, Equalities & Public Health. Bristol City Council
• Cllr Philip Normal, Mayor, London borough of Lambeth
• Jonathan McShane, Chair, Terrence Higgins Trust
• Chair: Cllr Paulette Hamilton, Cabinet member for Health, Birmingham City Council

Know your HIV status. Order your free HIV test from Terrence Higgins Trust, available via the It Starts With Me website: startswithme.org.uk

Feb 5, 2021 12:30 PM in London

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