Have Your Say!
Jul15

Have Your Say!

National Peer Support Programme Survey This anonymous survey has been developed to help HIV Ireland, Positive Now, and Positive Life Northern Ireland design a pilot national HIV peer support programme. The survey is being conducted by an independent research charity – Quality Matters. Survey closes July 30th,...

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My Personal Journey: A  course for People Living with HIV
Aug14

My Personal Journey: A course for People Living with HIV

My Personal Journey is a six-session course designed for people living with HIV who want to explore and develop who they truly are. It will be facilitated by John Paul O’Brien (PG. Dip. Integrative Counselling and Psychotherapy) and hosted by Positive Now, the All-Ireland Network of People Living with HIV. Thurs. Sept. 19th – Accepting Who I Am             Thurs. Oct. 3rd – Communicating EffectivelyThurs. Oct. 17th –...

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Conference Agenda
Jan08

Conference Agenda

The agenda for the 2nd National Conference is now available. It’s still not too late to register – click HERE! Please Note: This event is for people living with HIV only 2nd National Conference Agenda...

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PosNow Sabbatical
Jan03

PosNow Sabbatical

Positive Now will be taking a sabbatical through the first six months of 2017 from our regular workload to review and reform as an organisation. We will be relaunching at Dublin Pride 2017. If you have an urgent enquiry, please contact HIV Ireland...

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In Loving Memory of Luke Tierney
Dec19

In Loving Memory of Luke Tierney

Luke Tierney spent six years working with us at Positively Irish Against AIDS, better know as PIAA, from 1990 – 1996. He was a trustee at the beginning, helping to get the organization off the ground and then moved on to become head of the client services team. For all of us at PIAA, Luke was considered the heart of the organization. Luke’s incredible ability was his empathy with everyone that walked through PIAA’s door- no...

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Community Theatre Project exploring HIV disclosure, stigma, and empowerment at The Abbey Theatre
Nov17

Community Theatre Project exploring HIV disclosure, stigma, and empowerment at The Abbey Theatre

The Abbey Theatre’s Community and Education Department are inviting people living with HIV to participate in a number of talking sessions and drama workshops around the themes of stigma, disclosure, and empowerment. The results of this research and conversation will later be shaped into a live performance and then performed in The Abbey Theatre, the National Theatre of Ireland. This free community project is being facilitated by...

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