Hebden Bridge Little Theatre

Time: 15:00

Date: 27 Jul 2024

Location:

Hebden Bridge Little Theatre Holme Street, Hebden Bridge HX7 8EE

Cost: Free to attend

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Can we reach Mission Zero? Yes we can!

Peter talks about the history of LGBTQIA+ sexual health struggles: from reforming the stigma of traditional ‘VD’ clinics, to battling AIDS in the 1980s and the current quest to end HIV and improve sexual health services, in the context of rocketing non-HIV STIs and cuts in funding.

Event Information

Peter Tatchell has been campaigning for human rights for 57 years. He’s been involved in 3,000 protests, been arrested or detained by the police over 100 times and been subjected to more than 300 violent assaults by homophobes and far right extremists. Formerly a leading activist in the Gay Liberation Front 1971-75 and OutRage! 1990-2011, he is currently the director of the Peter Tatchell Foundation: PeterTatchellFoundation.org

Supported by Mission Zero – Calderdale Fast Track Health Initiative.

Mission Zero is working to end new HIV, TB and viral hepatitis transmissions, stop preventable deaths and eliminate associated discrimination and stigma in Calderdale by 2030

https://www.missionzerocalderdale.co.uk/

Access information

Seating: unreserved seating, please contact venue for access requests (see link below)

Vibe: this will be a quiet event with a q & a afterwards

Wheelchair access: fully accessible - see link below for details

Induction Loop: Available - please let the venue know if this is required, see link below

Toilets: Accessible

Food and Drink: The bar will not be open for this event but the Big Day Out has multiple provisions, located just around the corner

For full access information, please visit: https://hblt.co.uk/ticketing-information

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