HIV cannot be passed on through kissing, touching, spitting, coughing or sneezing.
One of the ways in which we do this is by sharing our latest thinking and views with governments through formal consultation processes and calls for evidence, including from parliamentary committee.
This means that we have an opportunity to influence draft laws before they are put before the relevant parliaments and assemblies and to influence government policy as it is being developed.
This work can be complex, time-consuming and often commands little media attention, but over time it can achieve the most significant improvements for people living with and affected by HIV. In the year 2013-14 the NAT policy and campaigns team responded to over 30 separate consultations.
You can see what we are saying directly to governments, law-makers and other organisations by reading our consultation responses below, organised by topic:
HIV SpecificHealthcare and the NHSPublic HealthSocial careBenefitsImmigration and asylumEducationThe law and justiceEquality and human rightsThe media
Healthcare and the NHS
Immigration and asylum
The law and justice
Equality and human rights
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