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Lesbian Visibility Day: Lisa Power on anger, activism and LGBTQ+ solidarity


By Lisa Power

Lisa Power is a British LGBTQ+ rights activist. She was one of the founding members of the...

New Crown Prosecution Service guidance on HIV transmission cases is clear that U=U


By Kat Smithson 

Since 2001 it has been possible to be prosecuted for the reckless or intentional transmission...

Winnie Sseruma

Women are being failed in the fight against HIV


By Winnie Sseruma (photo: Jason Ashwood)

The game-changing HIV prevention drug PrEP (pre-exposure prophylaxis) is a vital tool in efforts to...

Andrew on the fight for fertility equality for people living with HIV


Andrew is in his 30s and has been living with HIV for 13 years. He wants to have...

Our new partnership will create a ‘charter mark’ to tackle HIV stigma


By Kath Smithson

Alongside Positively UK and NAM aidsmap, we’re partnering with Fast Track Cities London to create and deliver...

2022 Round Up


By George Westwood

2022 has been a big year for us at National AIDS Trust. We have continued to work...

Oluwakemi Agunbiade

Enhancing black representation and leadership in the HIV response


By Oluwakemi Agunbiade

This Black History Month, National AIDS Trust wishes to celebrate and champion the value of black leadership...

The government must follow the science to achieve HIV justice


The scientific advances on HIV have been nothing short of miraculous. Over the last 40 years we’ve seen the identification...

Michelle Ross on why we need to tackle the barriers which trans people face when accessing PrEP


By Michelle Ross

Michelle is the founder of CliniQ and Director of Holistic Wellbeing Services, with an overview of...

Angelina Namiba on the unique challenges women face while living with HIV


By Angelina Namiba

Originally from Kenya, Angelina has over 24 years of experience...