Extract from Cara-Friend's thirteenth annual report regarding AIDS activism

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Title

Extract from Cara-Friend's thirteenth annual report regarding AIDS activism

Subject

AIDS
AIDS Helpline
Cara-Friend
Sexual Health
AIDS Awareness
AIDS Information Centres
AIDS Organisations
Gay Activism
Gay Community
Gay Information Centres
Gay Men

Description

An extract from the thirteenth annual report of Cara-Friend, a befriending organisation for gay men and lesbians founded in Belfast in 1974. The extract describes seminars held in Northern Ireland regarding the AIDS crisis and the decision for the AIDS Helpline, an organisation established in 1986, to become independent of Cara-Friend. The Report also discusses the impact of the AIDS crisis on Cara-Friend's everyday activities as the organisation continued to receive high numbers of calls from gay men concerned about HIV and AIDS.

Original entry written by Nadine Gilmore 25/03/2021

Creator

Cara-Friend, 1974-present

Source

Cara-Friend Annual Reports

Date

1986-1987

Rights

Permission to use granted by Cara-Friend. Items in this digital archive are covered by a Creative Commons Attribution Non-commercial No-Derivatives License. Please credit the LGBT HERITAGE PROJECT Northern Ireland, and provide a link back to this site.

Format

A4 Page taken from booklet of Cara-Friend's Thirteenth Annual Report, 1986-1987
Photographed 2019-10-07 by Nadine Gilmore

Language

eng

Type

Text
Report

Coverage

1986-1987
Northern Ireland

Citation

Cara-Friend, 1974-present, “Extract from Cara-Friend's thirteenth annual report regarding AIDS activism,” LGBTHistoryni, accessed October 1, 2022, https://lgbthistoryni.com/items/show/47.