World AIDS Day

Sahir House is at the heart of the HIV community on Merseyside and continues to campaign to reduce the stigma that people living with HIV still experience.

Massive thanks to all who have supported this year’s World AIDS Day.
This year’s events have reached all corners of the community and reached millions of households when our story reached BBC Breakfast! Yes, BBC Breakfast aired our story of the UK AIDS Memorial Quilts that were exhibited in 24 Kitchen Street, Liverpool.
It’s been a really successful partnership working with 24 Kitchen Street this year. The venue hosted the UK AIDS Memorial Quilt exhibition over 5 days which attracted over 400 visitors, delivered quilt making workshops, held a photography exhibition and organised a fabulous fundraiser with David Hoyle!
We supported the Film launch of My Message To You  at the Open Eye Gallery. Public Health England funded Roberto Tevor of Numero Deserie a HIV+ filmmaker and artist to collaborate with 5 other Latinx HIV+ people to discuss their own lived experience of living with HIV in the UK, in My Message to You.
The city was glowing RED the evening of December 1st when buildings and bridges across Merseyside lit RED to show their support.
Our final event was the World AIDS Day Vigil which for the 2nd year we held online. 
You can watch this via the link below.
World AIDS Day 2021 Vigil – YouTube
 and hear about the conversations we have been having…
End HIV Stigma…One conversation at a time
including messages from partner agencies and groups supported by Sahir House.

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