As reported earlier by, Annie Lennox will return to the Scottish Festival of Politics on August 19.

Lennox will provide an update on developments of The SING Campaign one year on. Those in attendance will find out about the positive impact SING and the Treatment Action Campaign continue to have on people living with HIV/AIDS. Tickets for this event are priced at £6 and must be booked in advance.

Annie will also act as a panel member, alongside Martin Bell and Mark Thomas during Power of the People, a session examining how people who are not professional politicians can have a significant impact upon the political landscape, and how this affects parliaments and government.

“I’m really looking forward to coming back to Edinburgh during the week of the Festival of Politics, where I’ll be taking part in some very stimulating and interesting events,” said Annie. "I’m particularly excited about presenting a lecture for the General Teaching Council for Scotland, as I believe that “educators” and young people hold a key pivotal role with regard to the positive development and transformation of society in the future".

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