Why Data Matters: HIV in Europe

Why Data Matters: HIV in Europe

A new paper published in Eurosurveillance today finds that there has been substantial progress towards achieving the global UNAIDS targets across Europe and Central Asia. Despite this, an estimated 1.2 million people living with HIV still have...

HIV campaigning is for life, not just for an election

HIV campaigning is for life, not just for an election

After what was expected to be a much tighter contest the Conservatives have formed a government with a small majority. The Scottish National Party (SNP) made a huge dent in Labour’s representation and there is only a small smattering of Lib Dem yellow on the benches. The look and feel of parliament will be very different from now on – and this will affect how it works. So what might this mean for the UK’s response to HIV and in particular NAT’s key campaigning points leading up to the election? Let’s look at them one by one.