Islamophobia: Why Prevent is a barrier to HIV prevention

Islamophobia: Why Prevent is a barrier to HIV prevention

by Natasha Dhumma The Prevent duty is part of the Government’s counter-terrorism strategy, aiming to prevent the radicalisation of individuals towards extremism. The Counter Terrorism and Security Act 2015 requires public bodies including...

Islamophobia and health inequalities

Islamophobia and health inequalities

by Natasha Dhumma The Muslim community in the UK experiences a range of health inequalities compared with the wider population. This is especially true for older people, with over 24 per cent of Muslims aged 50 years and above reporting...

Balance for Better: NAT’s work on women and HIV

Balance for Better: NAT’s work on women and HIV

HIV is a women’s issue. Internationally, young women are the group facing the greatest risk of acquiring HIV and in the UK a third of people living with the virus are women. I’m proud to say that NAT is a feminist organisation – our passionate...

Diana & HIV: we remember our patron 20 years on

Diana & HIV: we remember our patron 20 years on

One year before she died, in the summer of 1996, Diana, Princess of Wales, resigned from almost 100 charities of which she had been patron or president. Instead she chose to concentrate on just six which she felt most passionately about. One of them was the National Aids Trust, which this year celebrates its 30th anniversary.

LAUNCH OF THE HIV MANIFESTO

LAUNCH OF THE HIV MANIFESTO

We’re calling on the next government to stand with people affected by HIV Alongside nineteen other HIV organisations, NAT are asking all MP candidates to pledge their support for the HIV Manifesto, which has been unveiled today. Ahead of the General...