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  Organization: Canadian HIV/AIDS Black, African and Caribbean Network (CHABAC) Department: National Initiatives and Projects Terms: Full-Time Reports to: Director of National Initiatives and Projects Position Purpose The role of Sexual Reproductive Health Project Coordinator is to develop, coordinate, facilitate, and support African, Caribbean, and Black (ACB) community and national initiatives to promote access to… Read more »

Job Postings: Peer Navigation Services, AIDS Vancouver

AIDS Vancouver has two postings open on their Peer Navigation services team:   Manager, Peer Navigation Services The Manager of Peer Navigation Services leads the Peer Navigator team at AIDS Vancouver with primary responsibilities of: • mentorship, support, hiring, training, and scheduling unionized and non-unionized Peer Navigators at AIDS Vancouver, including strong knowledge of supports… Read more »

  From the HIV Legal Network In 2022, The HIV Legal Network released our latest strategic plan — Rights Within Reach — which outlines our goals and priorities for the next five years. One of the key priorities that emerged for us was the need to centre the lived experience and needs of Indigenous people,… Read more »

Via: BC Registries and Online Services If you have any questions or concerns related to these changes coming through the Societies Amendment Act, please contact BC Registries at 1-877-526-1526 or [email protected].   Enhancements are taking effect in early May for Society filings to comply with the latest changes to the Societies Act. Why are these… Read more »

Decolonizing Methodologies: A Conversation

When thinking about research, we often approach it with the goal of doing it in a good way. This can lead us to thinking about decolonizing methodologies and how they can ground our work. In this coffee conversation, Sherri Pooyak of CAAN and Madeline Gallard of PAN chat about what decolonizing methodologies can look like,… Read more »

Researcher’s Handbook

My name is Anita David. I have worked for over five years in the realm of community based research and engagement as an advisor, peer researcher, research co-lead, mentor and facilitator. I am also a Lived Experience Strategic Advisor with BC Mental Health and Substance Use Services where I consult on various projects within the… Read more »

Eight Weeks of Education with PAICE

    Education & up-to-date information on: PAICE Program, 3 objectives Hepatitis A, B, C Self-Care HIV Peer’s Personal Story Herpes virus Chlamydia, gonorrhea, and syphilis Stress, Resilience and awareness Living with your diagnosis   A presentation led by a Support worker with lived experience and Peers with lived experience from the PAICE Program! Safe… Read more »

Walking Our Talk: Everyday Decolonizing

Virtual Training Event March 29, 2023. We look forward to seeing you in this virtual training, which will engage approaches to incorporating decolonization ethics into our everyday practice in nonprofit and community-based work. There will be two featured sessions on March 29th, each focusing on strengthening our approaches to standing against colonialism in our work…. Read more »

  Today in British Columbia, people living with HIV are being denied access to long acting treatments that allow for those living with HIV to receive one injection every one or two months  instead of taking pills every day. Long acting treatment is available in every province in Canada except for British Columbia. People living… Read more »

  via Public Health Agency of Canada The Government of Canada is renewing its federal Sexually Transmitted and Blood-Borne Infections (STBBI) Action Plan. A modernized Action Plan will position the federal response in post-pandemic realities while incorporating an equity lens and the latest scientific evidence in order to accelerate our response to meet global targets…. Read more »

  Do you want to be a community researcher? Here is how! The Stigma Index Team at St. Michael’s Hospital’s Centre for Urban Health Solutions is seeking three (3) highly motivated, enthusiastic individuals in British Columbia to fill a part-time, intermittent, 6-month service provider position of “Peer Research Associate” (PRA) in The Canadian People Living… Read more »