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The Future of HIV, Migration and Human Rights in Scotland

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Michael Marr
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The Future of HIV, Migration and Human Rights in Scotland
Posted on: March 7 2014, 01:38 pm

You are warmly invited to a debate organised by the HIV, Human Rights and Development Network at the
University of Edinburgh
Modelled on the BBC Question Time and anchored by Prof Susan Deacon (Assistant Principal, Corporate
Engagement and Professorial Fellow of The University of Edinburgh), the debate will explore the “Future of
HIV, Migration and Human Rights in Scotland”. We hope that such a debate will feed in to the wider debates
in the context of Scottish independence referendum.
Panelists: Jim Eadie MSP; Kezia Dugdale MSP; Patrick Harvie MSP; Prof Alen Miller, Chair of Scottish Human
Rights Commission; Dr Dan Clutterbuck, Consultant in Genitourinary & HIV medicine, NHS Lothian Lead
Clinician Sexual Health, NHS Borders; Jackie Morton, Chair, HIV Scotland; Flutura Shala, Head of Asylum
Services, Scottish Refugee Council and Mildred Zimunya, Manager, African Health Project, Glasgow
Welcome by: Prof Charlie Jeffery (Vice Principal Public Policy & Impact, The University of Edinburgh)
Date/time: Tuesday, 1 April 2014 (6.00-8.00pm; registration/refreshments: 5.15-6.00pm)
Venue: Playfair Library, the Old College, University of Edinburgh
(This event will be filmed & photographed and media reps may be present)
Places are free but need to be booked in advance, no later than 26 March 2014
To book a place, please email your name and contact details to Emma Giles,
emma.giles@ed.ac.uk | 0131 650 9370
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