HIV Ireland and GCN are pleased to present

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Join us LIVE on Facebook or You Tube for this very special conversation on

Irish AIDS Day, Tuesday 15th June 2021 @ 1pm

Hosted by

Ciara Plunkett

Award Winning Broadcaster



With very special guests

Lisa Power Fast Track Cardiff and Wales; Founder of Stonewall

A volunteer in HIV since before it had a name, Lisa spent 14 years with Gay Switchboard, 17 years more with Terrence Higgins Trust and was one of the founders of Stonewall. She is a Trustee of Queer Britain and an Advisory Board member for Terrence Higgins Trust. She recently acted as advisor on the BBC’s groundbreaking “It’s a Sin” programme.

Bruce Richman Prevention Access Campaign – U=U

Founder and Executive Director of Prevention Access Campaign, a US based not-for-profit organisation, Bruce pioneered the global U=U campaign, a growing global community of HIV advocates, activists, researchers, and over 1,025 Community Partners from 102 countries uniting to clarify and disseminate the revolutionary “Undetectable equals Untransmittable” HIV public health message.

Prof Ann Nolan Trinity Centre for Global Health, Trinity College Dublin

Assistant Professor in Global Health and Director of the MSc in Global Health at the Trinity Centre for Global Health (TCGH), Ann is a technical specialist in HIV and sexual health and a former Executive Director and Chairperson of HIV Ireland. She has been an advisor to Ireland’s International Development Cooperation programme at the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade.

Dr Cormac O’Brien School of English, Drama and Film, University College Dublin

Lecturer in Anglo-Irish Drama in the School of English, Drama and Film at University College Dublin, Cormac specialises in modern and contemporary Irish drama with a comparative focus on British and American theatre. He also specialises in the interdisciplinary field of medical humanities, comparatively exploring Irish and other Western cultural responses to HIV and AIDS, predominantly in drama, fiction, cinema, and television


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