The Concordia University Community Lecture Series on HIV/AIDS has a mandate to develop awareness of the social, scientific, and cultural aspects of the HIV/AIDS Pandemic. Since 1993, this initiative has worked to create a public space at Concordia for the discussion of the current issues, perspectives, and realities of the HIV/AIDS pandemic and to educate the next generation of HIV/ AIDS researchers, activists, and advocates within the community and student populations. Every year, four guests from various backgrounds are invited to speak to an audience of students, faculty, and community members impacted by HIV/AIDS.

Years funded: 2016-17

Amount allocated: $2,000.00

Project leader: Kaitlyn Zozula


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