We Learn, We Think, We Change: Martin Fisher Foundation and Stiggy Launch Campaign to End HIV Stigma
August 29, 2018
The Martin Fisher Foundation (MFF) together with Stiggy the stigmasaur, has produced a new set of videos about making HIV Stigma History.
These include up-to-date information on the impact HIV treatment has on transmission and on the effectiveness of treatment in general.
One video looks at HIV disclosure at work to tackle common prejudice.
One involves disclosing HIV to your family and another includes interviews where HIV positive people discuss the impact that stigma has on our lives.
A related social media campaign is using the hashtag:
Follow Stiggy on social media (FaceBook, Intsagram etc) on:
To view these videos and for more details of the campaign, please visit the MFF website:
The website also includes information on other MFF projects, including the new HIV test vending machines and committing Brighton and Hove to be the UK's first fast-track city (to meet the UNAIDS 90:90:90 goal by 2020).
[Note from TheBody: This article was originally published by HIV i-Base on Aug. 24, 2018. We have cross-posted it with their permission.]
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