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What are the responsibilities of the private sector to HIV positive workers in Africa?

LSE Social Psychology and the UK Consortium for HIV/AIDS and International Development roundtable debate

Date: Wednesday 4 May 2011 
Time: 6.30-8pm 
Venue:  Alumni Theatre, New Academic Building
Speakers: Gavin George, Jenni Gillies, Vanessa Green,
Chair: Professor Catherine Campbell

UPDATE Tuesday 3 May 2.15pm: please note that Professor Alan Whiteside is no longer speaking at this event and has been replaced by Gavin George.

Gavin George is Senior Research Fellow at the Health Economics and AIDS Research Division at the University of KwaZulu-Natal in South Africa

Jenni Gillies is Group HIV Consultant at SAB Miller South Africa.

Vanessa Green is Head of Standard Chartered Bank's HIV and AIDS workplace education programme.

Catherine Campbell is Professor of Social Psychology at LSE.

This debate will be followed by a drinks reception.

This debate is sponsored by HEIF 4 Bid Fund.

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