Recent and upcoming events

Living and working with HIV – Identifying the “unique” and “common” elements of re-entry into employment for HIV infected and non-infected individuals

Event type: 
Workshop
Date and time: 
Monday, 22 June, 2009 - 09:00 to 15:30
Presenter(s): 
<p>Celeste Coetzee</p>
Venue: 
<p>TB Davie Seminar Room, Postgraduate Centre, Level 3, Otto Beit Building</p>
Abstract / Description: 

The seminar aims to highlight the challenges that HIV positive individuals living on HAART face when reconciling the many roles that they assume. The workshop is to be used as an opportunity to stimulate thinking surrounding the “unique” and “common” elements of the decision to re-enter the labour market for HIV infected and non-infected individuals. As well as how the labour of someone who is HIV positive may differ from that of someone who is not infected, and how this will affect whether individuals on HAART are able to secure employment. For further information, contact Celeste Coetzee.

Refreshments and Lunch will be served.

Kindly RSVP by no later than Friday,19 June to Stacey Moses at stacey.moses@uct.ac.za or 021 650 5065.

Programme

  • Duncan Pieterse: Unemployment and health
  • Celeste Coetzee: Living and working with HIV/AIDS
  • Round table discussion: Being unemployed and finding employment from the perspective of HIV-positive individuals on HAART, and an NGO working with unemployed in Khayelitsha

Mobilising Elites for HIV Prevention

Event type: 
Seminar
Date and time: 
Thursday, 21 May, 2009 - 13:00 to 14:00
Presenter(s): 
Dr Kereng Masupu
Venue: 
Room 4.29, Leslie Social Science Building
Abstract / Description: 

Dr Kereng Masupu is the Executive Director of Champions for an HIV-free Generation.

UCT Workshop on Political Leadership and HIV/AIDS

Event type: 
Workshop
Date and time: 
Monday, 18 May, 2009 - 18:00 to Wednesday, 20 May, 2009 - 14:00
Venue: 
Devon Valley Hotel, Stellenbosch
Abstract / Description: 

This workshop kicks off a new project in DARU supported by SIDA and UNAIDS (regional support office in Johannesburg) on political leadership for HIV prevention in Southern and Eastern Africa.

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