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ACTSA AGM and Gender & Development Conference with Stephen Lewis

ACTSA AGM and Conference Gender and Development in southern Africa with Stephen Lewis, co-director of Aids Free World and former UN Special Envoy for HIV/AIDS in Africa

ACTSA’s Annual General Meeting will decide the campaigns and priorities for the year ahead. Come and discuss Zimbabwe, Swaziland, HIV/AIDS, Gender and sustaining and developing ACTSA.

2pm – 4.30pm: Conference
Stephen Lewis is a former UN Secretary-General’s Special Envoy for HIV/AIDS in
Africa, former Deputy Executive Director of UNICEF and was the Canadian Ambassador to the UN. Stephen has been one of the leading advocates for the establishment of the UN Women’s Agency. He is also outspoken on violence against women in DRC and Zimbabwe. He is currently the co-director of AIDS Free World.

A member of the shadow cabinet has also been invited.

There will also be the opportunity to participate in a series of discussion groups
focused on gender and development in southern Africa.


Stephen Lewis | talks


Date and Time:

30 October 2010 at 11:00 am


4 hours



128 Theobold's Road

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Additional Information:

You can attend either the AGM or Conference or both. If you would require lunch there will be a £5 charge please email info@actsa.org so we may organise appropriate catering.

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