AT NAT, WE BELIEVE IN RESPONSIBLE MEDIA REPORTING
We know that the media is really important in terms of providing information to the public and shaping attitudes towards HIV. As well as creating news ourselves, we monitor media coverage and challenge inaccurate or stigmatising coverage to improve the overall quality of reporting on HIV.
Our press office are on hand to help with any questions or queries you may have. You can contact them using the following details.
Communications Manager - Charlie Alderwick (020 7814 6727)
For out of hours press enquiries, please call 020 7814 6738. Alternatively, use our contact us form.
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NAT (National Aids Trust) is dedicated to transforming the UK's responses to HIV. We champion the rights of people living with HIV and campaign for change—shaping attitudes, challenging injustice , and changing lives. To find out what NAT are saying on key topics, read our press releases here.
We believe in responsible media reporting
Stories in the media can have a positive effect in increasing people's awareness of HIV and what it means to live with HIV. However media reports about HIV are often stigmatising or inaccurate. At NAT, we believe in responsible media reporting and have worked with the National Union of Journalists (NUJ), Society of Editors and Press Complaints Committee (PCC) to produce Guidelines on Reporting HIV which provide practical information on how to report on HIV in accurate and non-stigmatising way.