This Positive Speakers’ Guide is aimed at people living with HIV who are considering speaking out in person, to any group of people, about their experience of living with HIV in order to change attitudes or policies related to HIV. Encouraging more people living with HIV to speak out in
public and put a human face to HIV will contribute greatly to better public health messages. Positive speakers break down
discrimination and prejudice against people living with HIV, help prevent the spread of HIV, and inform government policy. However, NO person should go public unless they are ready. You need support before taking this step. 

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