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The ‘HIV Panic’ Attack – from prosecution to persecution

20th June 2017

Last month newspapers reported the trial and conviction of a man who had gone berserk in a Manchester hotel, during...

LAUNCH OF THE HIV MANIFESTO

16th May 2017

We’re calling on the next government to stand with people affected by HIV 

Alongside nineteen other HIV organisations, NAT...

NAT lands Radio 4 charity appeal to broadcast on Easter Sunday

9th April 2017

The NAT appeal will be broadcast on BBC Radio 4 on Easter Sunday at 07.55 and 21.26,...

We need to correctly identify trans people in the health system

30th March 2017

To mark International Transgender Day of Visibility and the launch of NAT’s new report Trans* people and HIV,...

Should we worry about the effect of PrEP on STI rates?

29th March 2017

One argument you see amongst those critical or worried about the introduction of PrEP is that it will result in...

We must seize this opportunity to bring SRE to all young people

27th February 2017

February has been LGBT History Month, and this year’s theme, ‘PSHE, Law and Citizenship’, reflects historical achievements (2017...

Highest ever drug misuse deaths

1st November 2016

Following the news that Glasgow will open the first safe injecting rooms in the UK, Daniel Vincent asks if we’re...

Now I have your attention…let’s talk about stigma

12th August 2016

“It is time for us to step up and acknowledge that stigma and discrimination still act as the greatest barrier...

Why Doesn’t NHS England Want to Be Responsible for Preventing HIV?

2nd August 2016

In March 2015, Simon Stevens, Chief Executive of NHS England, announced the first national diabetes prevention programme. Reflecting on the...

National HIV prevention - grateful for small mercies?

22nd July 2016

Some readers will recall the campaign NAT led at the end of 2014 to prevent national HIV prevention spending being...