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Staying engaged and connected socially is a vital part of living well with HIV. Come join us for one of our regular social groups and community activities.

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HIV Long-Term Survivors Awareness Day

June 5th is HIV Long-Term Survivors Awareness Day (HLTSAD). We join the world in recognising people living with HIV long term. This day is to commemorate and celebrate the lives, courage, and advocacy of those who pioneered the HIV response.  Those …

World AIDS Day

World AIDS Day is Thursday December 1st this year. There are numerous events and remembrance vigils throughout Queensland planned. along side our annual Buildings in Red project. All events are listed on the Queensland World AIDS Day website www.qldworldaidsday.org.au, which is …

National Day of Women Living with HIV

Each 9th March is the National Day of Women Living with HIV. Following International Women’s Day, the National Day of Women Living with HIV acknowledges the unique challenges, stigma, and barriers that women living with HIV face in Australia, The day …

International Transgender Day of Visibility

Each March 31st, QPP stands along side our transgender friends, celebrating International Transgender Day of Visibility. Since 2009, it celebrates trans pride and awareness, recognises trans and gender diverse experiences and their achievements. To learn more here and visit our friends …

International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia

May 17th each year QPP acknowledges, and celebrates IDAHOBIT, the International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia.Since its inception in 2005, IDAHOBIT has been shining a light on the violence, discrimination, and repression of LGBTIQ+ communities worldwide experience. This, in turn …

International AIDS Candlelight Memorial

QPP joins our community in acknowledging the International AIDS Candlelight Memorial. The International AIDS Candlelight Memorial, held on the third Sunday of May every year, is a time for all of us to remember the many lives lost to AIDS. It is …

HIV Long-Term Survivors Awareness Day

June 5th is HIV Long-Term Survivors Awareness Day (HLTSAD). We join the world in recognising people living with HIV long term. This day is to commemorate and celebrate the lives, courage, and advocacy of those who pioneered the HIV response.  Those …

National Day of Women Living with HIV

Each 9th March is the National Day of Women Living with HIV. Following International Women’s Day, the National Day of Women Living with HIV acknowledges the unique challenges, stigma, and barriers that women living with HIV face in Australia, The day …

International AIDS Candlelight Memorial

QPP joins our community in acknowledging the International AIDS Candlelight Memorial. The International AIDS Candlelight Memorial, held on the third Sunday of May every year, is a time for all of us to remember the many lives lost to AIDS. It is …

International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia

May 17th each year QPP acknowledges, and celebrates IDAHOBIT, the International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia.Since its inception in 2005, IDAHOBIT has been shining a light on the violence, discrimination, and repression of LGBTIQ+ communities worldwide experience. This, in turn …

HIV Long-Term Survivors Awareness Day

June 5th is HIV Long-Term Survivors Awareness Day (HLTSAD). We join the world in recognising people living with HIV long term. This day is to commemorate and celebrate the lives, courage, and advocacy of those who pioneered the HIV response.  Those …

National Day of Women Living with HIV

Each 9th March is the National Day of Women Living with HIV. Following International Women’s Day, the National Day of Women Living with HIV acknowledges the unique challenges, stigma, and barriers that women living with HIV face in Australia, The day …

 

Participation Agreement for QPP Social Groups and Training Activities

When attending any QPP Social Group or Training Activity, it is crucial to adhere to the following rules. Failure to comply with these guidelines will result in being asked to leave the event.

  • Recognize the Importance of Safe Space: Acknowledge the significance of creating a safe space for all individuals, fostering social connections, friendships, and an increased support network.
  • Display Respect for Diversity and Inclusion: Demonstrate respect by accepting and celebrating diversity and inclusion of all individuals in attendance through appropriate behavior and conversation.
  • Maintain Confidentiality: Ensure that details of the social group or training activity are not discussed outside of the group event.
  • No Sexual Solicitation: Understand that the Social Groups or Training Activities are not spaces for seeking sexual connections, relationships, or casual hook-ups.
  • Follow Host or Trainer Directions: Adhere to the guidance provided by the Social Group Host or Trainer.
  • Respect Personal Space and Take Breaks: Recognize the need for personal space and the option to take a break from the group. Please inform the host or trainer if you require time out to ensure personal safety.
  • Treat Others with Respect: Treat others with the respect you expect to receive.
  • Alcohol and Drug-Free Environment: Acknowledge that all Social Groups and Training Activities are alcohol and drug-free environments.

By participating in QPP Social Group or Training Activity, I affirm my commitment to these rules and understand that adherence is essential for creating a positive and inclusive environment for everyone involved. For more information please contact us.

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