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How to be an Advocate with Decolonising Contraception

A Black History Month workshop for people working in HIV and sexual health - ‘How to be an Advocate’.


We're delighted to host Decolonising Contraception for an upcoming Black History Month workshop - ‘How to be an Advocate’.

This workshop is professional development for people working in HIV and sexual health and will enable you to:

  • Understand the impact of colonialism on patients and professionals in HIV and sexual health services
  • Find out what it means to decolonise services by understanding the additional barriers people of colour face accessing services in Scotland
  • Understand how you can be an advocate and help make HIV and sexual health services accessible to everyone
  • Find out what people from Scotland's African communities have to say about their experiences accessing HIV and sexual health services

This workshop is a virtual event on 26th October 2020, from 2 pm – 3.30 pm. The event will include a Q&A with Decolonising Contraception’s facilitators Edem Ntumy and Bakita Kasadha.

Register your free place now here.


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