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This years camp took place in Kent from 14th-18th August 2018. 102 children and young people living with HIV, aged 11-16 came from across the UK and Ireland to attend. The theme of the camp was 'My journey and finding my way', and included workshops and talks that focused on understanding what HIV is (and isn't), talking about HIV and learning from other people's experiences; TED style talks from young adults living with HIV, as well as outdoor and creative activities. An evaluation report from this years camp will be available here in December 2018.  An evaluation report for our previous camp can be read here. You can also read our camp 2017 newsletter here.

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Since the first camp in 2010, we have run ‘Freedom To Be’ annually. The camp sees young people aged between 11-16 travel from all over the UK and Ireland come together for 5 days. Everyone who attends is HIV positive. During camp, there are mandatory workshops on issues related to growing up and living well with HIV, creative and outdoor activities which encourage expression and sharing this experience, as well as free time to build friendships.

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