Women's* Sexual Health Forum

Thursday, November 29, 2012 - 14:00 to 21:00

*Includes Trans Women

Are you interested in Women's* health issues? Would you like to learn more about women's* health issues as it relates to sexual health? Would you like to engage in discussions to critically examine barriers and opportunities for women* sexual health needs in Peel?

Please join us for a day exploring inequities and access to sexual health services for women* in Peel.

A FREE community forum for service providers and community members.
There will be 3 Streams to Engage In:
Newcomer/Immigrant Women's* Health
Queer and Trans Women's* Health
Access to HIV/AIDS Treatment for Women*


Please register online: www.peelwomenforum.eventbrite.com
For more info: Tina Obwanga, (Women’s Community Development Coordinator )
tinao@phan.ca 905 361 0523 x 222

Presented by the Peel HIV/AIDS Network (PHAN), in collaboration
with the East Mississauga Community Health Centre (EMCHC) and Peel Public Health
Healthy Sexuality Program

Mississauga Valley Community Centre, Program Room 1
1275 Mississauga Valley Blvd.
Mississauga , ON
43° 35' 49.7148" N, 79° 37' 30.3024" W
Ontario CA
Tina Obwanga

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