Liberate reveals the results of their research into HIV support in the Channel Islands

Liberate have found that more needs to be done to combat the stigma of living as HIV positive in the Islands. More than thirty years on from the first cases of HIV in the Channel Islands, misinformation, myths and prejudice persist, making it difficult for islanders living with HIV to be open with those closest to them. Only 58% of islanders living with HIV had told a family member of their condition.

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Liberate ask Channel Islanders to assist in HIV research project

This World AIDS Day (1 December) Liberate is asking Channel Islanders to assist in a research project that will provide the charity with information about the nature of the work that needs to be done in the Islands to provide more support for those living with HIV/AIDS.

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Blood ban still in force

Jersey’s blood donation service is open again after it was shut in January due to not meeting national and EU standards. Despite the unit announcing that ”anyone between the ages of 17 and 65, who is fit and well” can…

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Getting tested for HIV couldn’t be easier

At Liberate, we provide all our employees with a free HIV test. We do it, not because we are an especially high risk group, but because it is the responsible thing to do. To know whether or not you are…

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World AIDS Day Update

Thank you to everyone who came along to Ce Soir on Saturday and gave so generously to support World AIDS Day and Liberate. As a result of your generosity, we have made a donation of £135 to World AIDS Day.

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World AIDS Day Fundraiser

World AIDS Day Fundraiser Saturday 29 November 2014 Ce Soir, Weighbridge Square at 8.30pm World AIDS Day is held on 1 December each year and is an opportunity for people worldwide to unite in the fight against HIV, show their…

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