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EXPLORE WHAT IT'S LIKE TO LIVE WITH HIV THROUGH THE EYES OF THOSE AFFECTED.
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HIV and immigration detention staff must jointly ensure good care in immigration removal centres
NAT and HIV clinicians at BHIVA have produced new guidance (last published in 2009) that supports staff in Immigration Removal...
NHS Digital to end data sharing with the Home Office on immigration offences
NHS Digital to end data sharing with the Home Office on immigration offences Government agrees to implement the principle of...
MPs repeat demand for an end to NHS Digital sharing patient data - Doctors of the World and NAT joint statement
The House of Commons Health & Social Care Committee has, for a second time, called on NHS Digital to immediately...
Campaign to end impact of HIV in the next 30 years launches today in parliament
NAT (National AIDS Trust) is launching the Let's End It campaign today at an event in the House of Lords...
Use of NHS patient information for Home Office immigration enforcement - NAT response
Yusef Azad, Director of Strategy, said: “We strongly disagree with the decision by the NHS to hand over patient information...
Nigel Farage - the National AIDS Trust comments.
Yusef Azad, director of policy and campaigns, NAT (National AIDS Trust), said:“Nigel Farage's comments on banning people with HIV from...
Despite High Court ruling the Home Secretary refuses to act on asylum seekers benefits.
NAT is extremely disappointed to hear that a Home Office review of the asylum support system has found that there...
British African communities let down by the UK Government.
NAT (National AIDS Trust) publishes today a review of how the HIV epidemic in the UK is affecting British African...
HIV charities welcome free treatment for everyone living in Scotland.
NAT (National AIDS Trust) and HIV Scotland have applauded the Scottish Government’s decision to make HIV treatment free to everyone...
MPs urged to reject amendment to refuse visas to people living with HIV.
NAT (National AIDS Trust) has called on MPs to reject an amendment to the Immigration Bill which would stop people...
Dangerous failures in HIV care in the UK’s Immigration Removal Centres.
A new report from NAT (National AIDS Trust) shows worrying gaps in HIV treatment and care within the UK’s Immigration...
Immigration Bill will have negative impact on health.
A coalition of health, migrant, children’s and refugee organisations has come out against Government proposals to limit migrant access to...
Limiting migrant access to the NHS - NAT comment.
(NAT) National AIDS Trust comments on the Government’s consultation on limiting migrant access to the NHS, including charging for primary...
NAT comment on the Queen's speech and the impact it could have on people living with HIV.
NAT (National AIDS Trust) responds to the announcement in the Queen's Speech today that migrants will face further restrictions to...
Health Tourism - Daily Mail letter.
In your article, 19 April 2013, ' How I'll weed out the health tourists, by Hunt: Minister acts after Mail...
NAT welcomes Glasgow City Council passing motion against forced destitution of refused asylum seekers.
NAT (National AIDS Trusts) welcome the decision of the Glasgow City Council to pass a motion against the forced destitution...
NAT calls for annual testing recommendation for African men and women.
NAT has long been supportive of the annual HIV testing recommendation for gay men, and is now calling for an...
NAT comments on the Government's commitment to give free HIV treatment in England to all those who need it.
Deborah Jack, Chief Executive of NAT (National AIDS Trust), comments: 'NAT has been campaigning for HIV treatment to be free...