Programmes

CHART Seminars
Seminars offer an opportunity for new research on the interface of Religion, Theology, HIV and AIDS to be presented in an academic setting. Copies of papers are available beforehand, so that the seminar is primarily an opportunity for debate and discussion. Read more...

Theological Caf├ęs
CHART ensures that these regular events held in the School of Religion and Theology during lunch time include topics on Religion, Theology, HIV and AIDS. They offer a more informal environment for discussion and are well attended by both staff and students. Read more...

Panel Discussions
Panel discussions are an opportunity for debate around new research on the interface of Religion, Theology, HIV and AIDS to be presented in an academic setting. Read more...

SAVE Training
In collaboration with INERELA+ (International, interfaith network of religious leaders living with or personally affected by HIV) and CHART hosts a three-day training on the SAVE (Safer practices; Available medicine; Voluntary, confidential testing and counselling; Empowerment and education) this prevention strategy pioneered by INERELA+ Read more...

Communal HIV Testing Campaign
Once a year, CHART together with students mount a public HIV testing campaign on the University grounds alongside the building housing the School of Religion, Philosophy and Classics. Postgraduate students undertaking an elective on Church and AIDS are expected to assist in the organizing of this event that encourages staff and students to know their HIV status. Read more...