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Why we believe in HIV rights


by Deborah Gold, Chief Executive 


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


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


By Natasha Dhumma, Head of Policy & Campaigns, NAT

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

COVID-19: An unreasonable employer


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


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


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


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?


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.


Last week, we joined forces with the British HIV Association, the British Association on Sexual Health and HIV, HIV


Chris Hicks

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


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