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Shining a light on women and HIV: NAT’s pledge to make women and HIV #InvisibleNoLonger


This week, a vitally important report has been published – entitled ‘Women and HIV: Invisible No Longer’, the report...

Chris Hicks

On World Health Day 2018 we demand that migrants have equal access to the NHS


World Health Day, organised by the World Health Organisation, is a global awareness day celebrated on 7th April each year...


Pressing for progress for women and HIV


Rosalie Hayes

International Women’s Day (8 March 2018) is a time to celebrate the achievements of women, but it’s also...

Yusef Azad

Our data isn't safe with the NHS - NHS Digital must be rebuilt


Confidentiality of patient information is one of the most ancient and important principles of medicine. If doctors tell other people...

Kat Smithson

Testing perpetrators of assault for diseases like HIV is pointless and harmful


A new Private Member’s Bill is attracting widespread attention and support, including a moving feature on BBC’s The...


Calling all teachers! Schools resources for World AIDS Day 2017 now available.


Our World AIDS Day resources are great tools to help you educate your students about HIV on December 1st....

Deborah Gold

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...


Better, but not good enough: access to financial products for people with HIV


From the 1980s up until the early 2000s, it was nearly impossible for someone living with HIV to access insurance...

Sarah Radcliffe

PIP: Promoting independence?


Ever since the abolition of Disability Living Allowance (DLA) was announced, we at NAT have heard a lot of anxiety...

Chris Hicks

The new drugs strategy: does it go far enough?


Last week the Government published the 2017 Drugs Strategy, the first national drugs strategy since 2010. The previous drug strategy...