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Are you: A woman who identifies as lesbian or bisexual? And from a Black, South Asian, Latino or other minority ethnic community? And have used mental health services or support? Then Kindred Minds* would like to invite you to an event to develop a mental health manifesto for people with

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red run 2

Red Run aims to increase HIV awareness, encourage people to test, fight HIV stigma and galvanise the community to support those living with HIV.   It’s London’s only community fundraising event for HIV charities, raising vital funds to support all of our vital work. The Red Run takes place on Sunday

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Although being at work during periods of mental illness can be difficult for those with mental health problems, most people with these difficulties could take paid employment if it were not for numerous barriers in the workplace and the wider community (Centre for Mental Health, 2013). In this free course,

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The PRIME study (Positive tRansItions through the MEnopause) is a three year NIHR-funded quantitative and qualitative study that will explore, for the first time in the UK, the impact of the menopause on HIV-positive women’s health and wellbeing. Why are we doing this study? The number of women accessing HIV care

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What is Campaign Bootcamp? If you're fired up about creating positive change and want to learn how to be an effective campaigner, then Campaign Bootcamp is for you. It is a year long training programme designed to give you the skills, community and confidence you need to run powerful campaigns. The programme

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women make a change 2

An online learning resource that helps women's organisations to: Know the law and how to use it to challenge poor practice ♦ Know your rights ♦ Enable you to recognise when you have a case about a particular issue and can mount a challenge  ♦  Know about best practice and alternatives  ♦ Counter

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Dear Friends ATHENA is running a virtual #WhatWomenWant campaign from now until the end of July to galvanize women's civil society and amplify the voices of women and young women. The goal of the campaign is to identify priorities needed to achieve gender equality and sexual and reproductive health and rights

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