About Positive Life NSW

Positive Life NSW is the largest peer-led and run representative body of all people living with HIV in Australia based in NSW since 1988, and the voice of all people living with HIV in NSW regardless of gender or identity.
9 March 2023

Challenging Stigma: Closing the Gender Gap

By |2023-03-09T12:37:52+11:009 March 2023|Categories: Latest news, Media Release|Tags: , , , |0 Comments

Thursday 09 March 2023 is Australia’s eighth National Day of Women living with HIV. On this day we recognise and affirm all women living with HIV, including our trans and gender diverse sisters and those who identify as non-binary, under the 2023 aspirational theme ‘Challenging Stigma: Closing the Gender Gap’.

25 January 2023

January 26th – ‘A day of resistance and survival…not celebration’

By |2023-01-25T15:50:33+11:0025 January 2023|Categories: Latest news, Media Release|Tags: , , |0 Comments

As we approach January 26, we recognise that for a great many of our community this public holiday, one that was only established 29 years ago, is anything but a cause for celebration.

16 December 2022

Positive Life NSW – Holiday Closure Dates

By |2022-12-21T16:07:04+11:0016 December 2022|Categories: Latest news|Tags: , , |0 Comments

Positive Life NSW wants to wish all of our community members and sector collaborators a safe and happy holiday period. Our offices will be closed from 5PM - Wednesday the 21st of December until 9AM - Monday the 9th of January.

1 December 2022

2022 World AIDS Day: ‘Equalise’ – Let’s Leave No-One Behind

By |2022-12-01T12:52:14+11:001 December 2022|Categories: Latest news, Media Release|Tags: , , , |0 Comments

This year’s International World AIDS theme ‘Equalise’ is a powerful call to action to address, and dismantle the inequalities and barriers that impede on progress and human dignity.

2 November 2022

HIV and Shared Care

By |2022-11-02T09:21:19+11:002 November 2022|Categories: Blog+, Factsheets, Health, Treatments|Tags: , |0 Comments

Shared care is a phrase that refers to the responsibility of two or more healthcare professionals and/or teams to monitor and manage your HIV healthcare. Our Factsheet: HIV and Shared Care offers you insights on how to work with your healthcare team to manage your HIV.

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