‘Freddstival’ – the greatest night of music and entertainment since QUEEN AT LIVE AID. Join Paddy Cullivan & band and a host of Irish performers including Al Porter, Martin McCann from Sack, soprano Heather Fogarty, baritone Aidan Coleman, tenor Cathal O’Reilly, 10 piece acapella choir THE STEPPING STONES and lots more for an epic night of rock, opera, karaoke, costumes, laughter and […]
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This Best Will Week, Monday 31st October to Friday 4th November, HIV Ireland and 70 other charities of the My Legacy group, are asking you to continue to support us by making or updating your will and, once family and friends have been looked after, to include a legacy gift to us. It can be […]
We are still urgently looking for someone to join the HIV Ireland Admin Team, someone with good office, admin and numerical skills. This is a CE Position so please contact your local DSP Employment Services/Intreo Office to check your eligibility and TO APPLY for this vacancy using the job reference #CES-2007873 closing date 5th of October, […]
Would you like to participate in a study examining the impact of stigma on the lives of people living with HIV in Ireland? A new study in the Health Promotion Centre in the School of Health Sciences at NUI Galway is aiming to do just that. If you are interested, please go to: www.hivstigmastudy.ie
Have your say on #PrEP for HIV prevention. Would you use PrEP? Have you used it? Take part in this Europe-wide online survey and let’s get Ireland talking about PrEP. Click here to take the survey
The Board, staff and clients of HIV Ireland would like to give a huge thank you and well done to all the MAC staff for their stellar fundraising events for Irish AIDS Day 2016, they held a cake sale and participated in the VHI Women’s Mini Marathon, please click here to watch a fabulous video […]
Charities mark Irish AIDS Day with harm reduction campaign for people who inject Snow blow. On Irish AIDS Day, 15th June 2016, the Lord Mayor of Dublin, Críona Ní Dhálaigh, launched a campaign highlighting the increased risk of HIV infection amongst people who inject drugs, particularly Snow blow. The Ana Liffey Drug Project and […]
If you would like to take a look at our newly published Annual Report 2015, you can open a .pdf here HIV Ireland Annual Report 2015 Design by Joey at Subliminal Design