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The Government must tackle health inequalities if they truly believe Black Lives Matter

19/06/2020

By Natasha Dhumma, Head of Policy & Campaigns and Rosalie Hayes, Senior Policy & Campaigns Officer

The arrival of...

COVID-19 BAME Inquiry could be a turning point for health inequalities. We cannot let it be undermined

30/04/2020

By Natasha Dhumma, Head of Policy & Campaigns, NAT

On Friday it was revealed that Trevor Phillips had been...

COVID-19: An unreasonable employer

06/04/2020

By Rosalie Hayes

Last week we published some general information for employees living with HIV in response to...

Islamophobia: Why Prevent is a barrier to HIV prevention

11/12/2019

by Natasha Dhumma

The Prevent duty is part of the Government’s counter-terrorism strategy, aiming to prevent the radicalisation of individuals...

Islamophobia and health inequalities

09/12/2019

by Natasha Dhumma

The Muslim community in the UK experiences a range of health inequalities compared with the wider population....

How we put sexual health on the election agenda with our Twitter Day of Action

06/12/2019

Today we held a live Q&A session on Twitter for prospective parliamentary candidates (PPCs) to discuss what their party is...

Here's what NAT is doing to fight HIV stigma. Want to help out?

27/09/2019

There are now over 100,000 people living with HIV in the UK. Thanks to effective treatment and public campaigns,...

I got turned away from a tattooist because I was living with HIV - here's why I support NAT.

25/09/2019

Last week, we joined forces with the British HIV Association, the British Association

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Chris Hicks

How we’re stopping unlawful health questions in care sector recruitment

16/08/2019

The Equality Act 2010 was a landmark piece of legislation bringing together anti-discrimination law into a single Act and...

Rosalie

How one nurse’s experience of stigma at work led to change for all healthcare workers living with HIV

24/07/2019

Today the UK Advisory Panel on Healthcare Workers Living with Blood Borne Viruses (UKAP)[i]...