February 3 @ 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm
How to Attend
Following our event ‘40 years of HIV, look how far we’ve come’ on the 30th November 2021, we realised how important it is to create spaces where we could come together to listen and learn from our community leaders and HIV activists, and to have the opportunity to ask them questions. With that in mind, we created a series of monthly one-hour interviews entitled In Conversation.
The Bloomsbury Peer Support team and the Bloomsbury Network invite you to the second of these interviews with Angelina Namiba. Join us to discover more about Angelina’s unique journey and her pioneering work supporting pregnant women living with HIV.
Angelina Namiba has been living with HIV since the early 90s and has over 24 years of experience working in the HIV sector. Her special areas of interest include the sexual and reproductive health and rights of women living with HIV, especially regarding pregnancy, and enabling good quality of life for young people living with HIV.
This event is open for all to attend, regardless of HIV status or gender identity.
* Important Zoom Privacy Statement *
This Zoom event will be conducted at a regular Zoom meeting. Normally (in our Bloomsbury Zoom sessions), only the host and any designated panelists can share their video. This event will be more of an interactive session where attendees’ video will be seen and their screen names are shown.
Only attend this Zoom meeting if you are happy for your name & video to be shared with other attendees. You are welcome to attend the meeting with a pseudonym (fake name) and your video switched off. Other attendees will see your name and video if switched on.
Please note, joining any of our events does not explicitly imply your status. The Zoom meeting will be attended by people from all statuses.