NAT in the news

NAT works with the media to raise awareness of HIV and to campaign for change.

Below is a selection of recent features about NAT's work in the media.

 

NAT welcomes Government commitment to maintain national HIV prevention funding (24/12/2014)
UK HIV Prevention Funding Saved For Another Year (23/12/2014)
UK government halves the budget of HIV prevention programme for England (16/09/2014)
Charities slam government plans to cut HIV prevention budget by 50 percent (16/09/2014)
World Aids Day: the role of business in HIV/Aids treatment and education (01/12/2014)
Less than HALF of the UK population understands how HIV is transmitted (01/12/2014)
Stigma (01/12/12014)
HIV and Aids: 6 facts you need to know for World Aids Day (01/12/2014)
Exclusive: Marina and the Diamonds Writes On World AIDS Day (01/12/2014)
You will never believe how 28% of Brits think you can get HIV (01/12/2014)
Communicable Diseases (01/12/2014)
World AIDS Day 2014: This is what HIV looks like (30/11/2014)
Letters: It is time for Britain to forge its own tighter immigration policy (29/11/2014)
NHS urgently needs to make PrEP available, say HIV prevention organisations (25/11/2014)

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