The Centro Anti-Discriminação (CAD), a joint project of two associations working with HIV/AIDS, was created 12 years ago to protect the rights of people living with HIV.
Framed by the work of two associations, CAD launches a campaign promoting the right for freedom and diversity exempt from discrimination.
For the first time in Portugal, 10 individuals come out as living with HIV, that it is part of their lives, and that HIV is not what defines them.
18.00h: Opening presentation – Ana Duarte and João Brito, CAD Coordination
18.15h: Presentation of the campaign “I am HIV+ and visible”
18.25h: Debate “Zero Discrimination” - Where we're at and where we are heading to.
Panel: Teresa Pizarro Beleza, Professor, UNL - Faculty of Law; Margarida Tavares, Director of the National Program for STDs and HIV; Francisco Antunes, Physician, Professor of Infectious Diseases, Institute of Environmental Health, Faculty of Medicine, University of Lisbon; Luís Mendão, Founder of GAT and campaign subject; Claúdia Dias, Activist and campaign subject.
Moderated by: Ricardo Fernandes, GAT Executive Director
Final Notes: Andreia Pinto Ferreira, Ser+ Coordinator
19.00h: Closing: Graça Freitas, National Health General Director
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- Venue: Sala 2 (Cinema São Jorge)
- Time: 18h
- Free entry - upon invitation request at the box office