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Posithivity's Quiz Night and Panel Discussion

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Bermondsey Arts Club

102a Tower Bridge Road

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SE1 4TP

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Join us for a fun evening of games, networking & drinks. Get a raw insight into the lives of those with HIV and the professionals who ca

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We invite you to join Posithivity as they launch thier very first event; a quiz night and panel discussion in aid of HIV.

It will be a fun-filled evening where you will have the chance to network with professionals in the field and hear the real life stories from the people it affects. It's also an opporuntity for those who do not live with or know someone with the virus to learn more and engage in healthy discussion. Not to mention there will also be games, prizes and drinks!!

Quiz Teams

For the quiz teams will be made up of 2-6 members. You are more than welcome to come as a pair or an already formed group. If you need additonal team members, there will be lots of friendly people to meet and connect with on the night.

On the night, our panel will consist of:

Dr Esse Menson: Consultant paediatrician at The Evelina London Children's Hospital specialising in infectious diseases since 2006

Betty Driver: HIV support worker for 15 years

Aloma: Young person living with HIV from birth

Lewis: Male late diagnoses

Angelina: Woman living with HIV and having HIV negative children

Prizes for Top 3 Teams:

Drinks are available to buy at the bar.

About Posithivity

Posithivity is a youth led company providing education on HIV in schools, youth groups, corporate companies, and social services.

Channan Warmington-Lewis-Moore is a young woman who was born HIV positive and became a looked after child at a very young age. She set up the company 10 months ago after years of engaging in activism work. After being severely bullied in school and facing stigma from her peers and the adults around her, she started to speak out and share her story of being a young person living with HIV.

Over the years she has set up her own YouTube channel, spoken at various events and venues, inlcuding The House of Lords, the International Aids Conference and Comic Relief. She is now launching her own public speaking career and hopes to connect with much more poeple in the industry. Her main aims are to break down the stigma surrounding HIV, correct misconceptions in order to create a healthier attitudes towards people living with the virus and to inspire young people to be confident and open about their diagnosis.

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102a Tower Bridge Road

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SE1 4TP

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