HIV Activist Network

Join our virtual group to demand equality and drive progress in HIV on the topics that matter to you

Let's be heard across London

Our new project will equip people living with HIV across London to have their voices heard in healthcare, schools, politics, the media, policing and more. What's more, you can help us shape this exciting new network with your ideas for change. Sign-up form coming soon! 

The network

Join our group to demand equality and drive progress in HIV on the topics that matter to you

We need your voice to make us speak louder. The Activist Network allows you to add your voice to our movement—enabling us all to fight harder for the rights of people affected by HIV and drive improvements in HIV education, prevention and testing.

What does being a member involve?

Being a member involves taking quick, simple e-campaign actions to challenge injustice. National AIDS Trust identifies current issues, contacts you with background information and resources, tells you what you can do, and you take action on as much or as little as you like. 

We select the current issues by doing our own research, listening to people living with HIV and talking to our partner organisations. This ensures that we are tackling the issues that matter the most.

Can I join?

Yes! Anyone living in the UK with the desire to bring about change can join. When you sign up you'll start getting our campaign updates immediately.

To join the network, please go to our newsletter signup and tick the 'activism opportunities' box (you can tick others too!). We'll add you to our network, and start getting in touch when we launch new actions.

If you have any questions please email sean.o'neill@nat.org.uk

The Activist Network is run as a virtual network and your details will not be passed on.


Urge the Government to fund an end to HIV by 2030

On World AIDS Day last year, the Government pledged to end new cases of HIV by 2030 and improve support for people living with HIV.

An HIV Action Plan was promised to deliver on this ambition. 

We now need to make sure the Government includes money in the upcoming Autumn budget to fund the Action Plan. 

This is where you can help

Write to the Chancellor and Secretary of State for Health and ask them to fund the HIV Action Plan so we don’t miss this once-in-a-generation chance to finally end HIV in the UK.

Too often HIV stigma has been rife across the police force. This can't go on.

Too often HIV stigma has been rife across the police force. This can't go on. 

Our police have a duty to stay educated about HIV. But too often police forces have failed in this duty, with stigmatising and dehumanising behaviour still commonly reported, and unfounded fears around HIV rife among officers.

But we need to go further and get police forces up and down the country to act now. That’s where you come in. 

Write to your MP today and ask them to make sure your local police force is tackling HIV stigma, rather than perpetuating it.