Changing Perceptions: Norine's Story

Changing Perceptions: Norine's Story

Saturday 25 August 2018, 3–4.30pm V22 Louise House

Red Ribbon is a community-led voluntary organisation supporting individuals affected by HIV. Our aim is to nurture wellbeing in our members and empower them to lead healthy lives. We also educate members of the public and health professionals around issues which have a direct impact on people living with HIV.

This performance shows how one person’s HIV status impacts the whole family, not only the person with HIV. The story includes a discussion of the stigma and common misunderstandings about HIV, and it explores positive opportunities in life and family that are possible for people who have HIV.

Red Ribbon provides advice and advocacy, focusing on prevention and living well whilst continuing to support people who are affected by HIV, including family and loved ones of people with HIV. We work with people in an empathic, non-judgmental and non-discriminatory manner, with no restrictions around race, religion, gender or sexual orientation. We meet twice a month on Fridays 5pm - 8pm at 170 Community Project on New Cross Road. For more information about Red Ribbon, contact:

Anyone under the age of 16 years old must be accompanied by an adult. 

Venue info

V22 Louise House

Dartmouth Road
Forest Hill
SE23 3HZ

(Between Forest Hill Pools and Forest Hill Library)

Overground: Forest Hill
Bus: 122, 176, 197