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Radical new report urges action on World AIDS Day
Comprehensive HIV testing for all to end new cases by 2030 – radical new report urges action on World AIDS...
Statement: National AIDS Trust response to Spending Review
National AIDS Trust's response to the Government's one-year Spending Review . Kat Smithson, Director of Policy at National AIDS Trust,...
Statement: National AIDS Trust response to Public Health England’s National HIV self-sampling service report.
National AIDS Trust response to Public Health England’s National HIV self-sampling service report . Danny Beales, Head of Policy and...
National AIDS Trust response to new 2019 HIV data in the UK
Today (3 November 2020) Public Health England released Trends in HIV testing, new diagnoses and people receiving HIV-related care in...
Statement: We want access for all who need PrEP - Equitable access to PrEP Now
National AIDS Trust, Terrence Higgins Trust, PrEPster and 47 other HIV, health and equality organisations are today jointly calling for...
National AIDS Trust response to 'COVID-19 and HIV' report from All-Party Parliamentary Group on HIV and AIDS
National AIDS Trust response to 'COVID-19 and HIV' report from All-Party Parliamentary Group on HIV and AIDS The APPG on...
National AIDS Trust responds to PrEP grant news
Local authorities given vital funding information to progress uncapped PrEP roll-out from October The Government has published details of the...
National AIDS Trust stands with trans people against disappointing government response to Gender Recognition Act
The Government's response to the Gender Recognition Act consultation has missed a vital opportunity to improve the lives of trans...
Statement: Joint response to the announcement of the National Institute for Health Protection and the future of public health
National AIDS Trust (NAT), Terrence Higgins Trust, British HIV Association (BHIVA), British Association for Sexual Health and HIV (BASHH), the...
Sir Antony Gormley and Sandy Nairne CBE judging National AIDS Trust’s artwork competition raising HIV awareness
Aspiring artists and designers are invited to enter HIV charity National AIDS Trust’s inaugural Be Red Ribbon Inspired artwork competition...
Statement: International AIDS Conference 2020 – possible HIV cure
Today researchers from the Federal University of São Paulo and others presented evidence at the International AIDS Conference 2020 of...
Statement: government intend to cut PrEP funding by a third in England
Budget cut for HIV prevention pill before roll out even begins in England – response from Terrence Higgins Trust, NAT...
Statement: Government expected to move against trans rights
Recent media reports suggest that the Government may be about to U-turn on its commitment to trans rights, ignoring the...
Statement: Police Scotland to stop recording HIV status in database
Following the announcement today from Police Scotland, spearheaded by HIV Scotland , we want to highlight that markers are still...
Statement in response to Department of Health and Social Care fully-funding roll-out of PrEP
Funding for routine commissioning a milestone moment in the battle for PrEP The Department of Health and Social Care has...
Statement: Our response to the APPG on HIV & AIDS report - The Missing Link: HIV and Mental Health
According to a report launched today by a cross-party group of parliamentarians on HIV and AIDS, failure to address the...
Statement on the Review of Drugs: Government must wake up and adapt their strategy
NAT (National AIDS Trust) welcomes Dame Carol Black’s Review of Drugs. The report highlights that the Government’s current drug strategy...
NAT statement supporting the Local Government Authorities' call for fully funded PrEP
Deborah Gold, Chief Executive at NAT (National AIDS Trust), said: "The Government’s continued silence on both the future of PrEP...
Public Health England's new HIV data shows exceptional progress with need for more work
Public Health England (PHE) has today released its latest report on HIV showing that the UK continues to make exceptional...
World AIDS Day 2019 video promotes HIV support and solidarity
NAT (National AIDS Trust) has released a symbolic video with the help of community dance groups as part of its...