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Charity screening of "1985" with guest speakers.

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Sallis Benney Theatre

58-67 Grand Parade

Brighton

BN2 0JY

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A special charity screening of Yen Tan’s film “1985”.

Together with selected speakers representing different sections of our modern society, talking about living with HIV in the U.K. in 2019.


A unique opportunity to see how medicine and society have changed from the AIDS epidemic of the 1980's through to the U=U era of the early 21st century and potential end of HIV.


Brighton is registered with the UNAIDS Fast-Track Cities Initiative to end AIDS

Ending AIDS as a public health threat by 2030 is feasible if high HIV burden cities around the world fast-track their AIDS responses. Since its World AIDS Day 2014 launch, Mayors and other municipal leaders have joined forces with civil society representatives to action the Paris Declaration on Fast-Track Cities. Four core partners – the City of Paris, IAPAC, UNAIDS, and UN-Habitat – are working with Fast-Track Cities in every region of the world to attain this global initiative’s 90-90-90 and zero stigma and discrimination targets by 2020.


Brighton and Hove has as of the end of 2018 hit the 90-90-90 targets and currently has figures of 93-99-98.

This means that in our city, 93% of people living with HIV have been diagnosed and of those 99% are on treatment, and of those 98% have suppressed their viral load to an undetectable level and are therefore unable to pass the virus onto their partners.

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58-67 Grand Parade

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BN2 0JY

United Kingdom

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