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Possible Archive. Letters, 23 Apr 1992 - 3 Mar 1995

Identifier: GD61/4/1/9

Scope and Contents

Topics discussed include training (including gay issues and awareness training for Lothian and Borders Police); statistics (attendance at team meetings), staffing (resignations); safer sex campaigning leaflets, both Lesbian safer sex and for men who have sex with men; HIV and AIDS education (including the Take Care Campaign); bus advertising campaign; Switchboard Meridian profile; the Age of Consent campaign; correspondence sent to members; the West and Wilde Bookshop Development Fund; resignation of Derek Ogg from Scottish AIDS Monitor (SAM); and correspondence from Ian Dunn relating to mail circulating with allegations relating to him.

Also included is correspondence from service-users seeking advice and information.

Copies of written answers to questions asked of the Secretary of State for Health concerning HIV/AIDS (23/04/1993) are included.

A copy of the ‘Overview of HIV/AIDS Initiatives in Scotland’ (Jan 1994 – created by the Health Education Board for Scotland) is included.

External organisations represented include: Spittal Street Centre; Grampian Health Board; ScotPEP; Lothian HIV/AIDS Forum; Department of Education; Health Education Board for Scotland; Sisters Health Education; Kirkton Community Education Centre; Gay Men’s Health Project; and Fife Friend.


  • Creation: 23 Apr 1992 - 3 Mar 1995

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