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The Home Office is failing people living with HIV in Immigration Removal Centre


By Tamara Manuel

People held in immigration detention in the UK are entitled to the same level of healthcare...

It’s time to paint a fuller picture on HIV in 2021


By Kat Smithson

Forty years after the first cases of HIV-related illnesses and deaths, knowledge and understanding...

Why migrants living with HIV must be part of the solution to improving HIV health outcomes among those born abroad


By Charity Nyirenda

Migrants living with HIV must be involved in research and initiatives wanting to understand and...

Why migrants are a key population in the UK’s response to HIV


By Tamara Manuel

In 2019, 62% of all new HIV diagnoses in the UK were among migrants.[1] People born abroad...

Maurice Greenham long-term HIV survivor, diagnosed in 1980s.

"When I was diagnosed with HIV, it didn't have that name yet" - speaking to Maurice Greenham on 40th anniversary of AIDS


Maurice Greenham speaks to Sean O’Neill, National AIDS Trust’s Community Engagement Officer, about living with HIV long-term as we mark 40...

Changes to blood donation rules explained


By Kat Smithson, Director of Policy 

Today the Government announced rule changes that will allow more gay...

Why HIV markers on the Police National Computer are wrong


By Kat Smithson, Director of Policy

HIV warnings on the Police National Computer (PNC) are not backed up by science...

HIV, the police, and the road to building trust


By Tamara Manuel, Policy and Campaigns Officer

One of the most powerful legacies of Channel 4’s ground-breaking drama “It’s a...

Nothing about us without us


Why it’s vital we amplify the voices of people with HIV on World AIDS Day

Former BBC journalist Ant Babajee...

The Equality Act and HIV: 10 years on


What is the Equality Act 2010?

This month marks 10 years since the Equality Act 2010 (the Act) was...