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NAT marks 100th anniversary of International Women's Day
On the 100th anniversary of International Women’s Day, NAT calls for the Government to maintain UK leadership in developing new...
One in five adults do not realise HIV is transmitted through sex without a condom between a man and a woman
Only three in ten adults (30%) can correctly identify, from a list of possible routes, all of the ways HIV...
NAT announces charity performance of new play 'A Rude Awakening'
NAT is delighted to announce that two performances of new play ‘ A Rude Awakening ’, performing at the New...
NAT launches guide to confidentiality in healthcare for people living with HIV
NAT has launched a new guide for people living with HIV explaining the basic principles of confidentiality in healthcare. The...
On Human Rights Day NAT speaks out against employment discrimination
On Human Rights Day 2010 – the theme ‘human rights defenders who act to end discrimination’ – NAT calls for...
NAT announces the launch of new ‘HIV Activists Network’ on World AIDS Day
This World AIDS Day – as we encourage everyone to ‘Act Aware’ – NAT is delighted to launch their new...
White Paper brings welcome focus on public health - success on HIV will be a key test
On the day before World AIDS Day, the Government has published its Public Health White Paper 'Healthy Lives, Healthy People'.
UK HIV diagnoses - still high, still late
New figures on HIV from the Health Protection Agency (HPA) reveal the number of diagnoses of HIV transmission occurring in...
NAT welcomes new trial results which show taking anti-HIV drugs might prevent HIV infection
Deborah Jack, Chief Executive of NAT (National AIDS Trust), comments: 'NAT welcome the exciting news that taking antiretroviral drugs (drugs...
NAT welcomes the findings within independent review of WCA
NAT welcomes the findings, released today, within Professor Malcolm Harrington’s independent review of the Work Capability Assessment (WCA)*. We fully...
This World AIDS Day, demand national leadership on HIV
This World AIDS Day (1 December) NAT is campaigning for the Prime Minister to fulfil the UK’s UN commitment and...
Spending Review acknowledges continuing importance of HIV social care
Following a recent campaign led by NAT (National AIDS Trust) to protect funding for social care services in England for...
Work Capability Assessment fails those living with HIV
Work Capability Assessment*, the test undertaken to determine whether a person is eligible for Employment and Support Allowance (ESA)**, fails...
NAT comments on how the Comprehensive Spending Review will affect people living with HIV
Deborah Jack, Chief Executive of NAT (National AIDS Trust), comments: ‘The Chancellor’s decision to put a one year time limit...
NAT launches ‘HIV: an Agenda for Action' with Parliamentary Reception
NAT is holding a Parliamentary Reception on 20 October to launch its new publication HIV: an Agenda for Action. HIV...
Extreme poverty among people with HIV in the UK increasing
New UK report shows one in six people with HIV living in poverty A new report on Poverty and HIV...
NAT issues recruitment guidelines for employers following new legal protection for people living with HIV
Deborah Jack, Chief Executive of National AIDS Trust (NAT), comments on the Equality Act coming into effect on 1 October:...
Open letter to the Pope from NAT and FPA
Irresponsible and discriminatory statements and teachings on sexuality, sexual health and well-being, are putting men and women’s health and lives...
People living with HIV need better psychological support
Services for people living with HIV are not meeting their psychological needs, says a new report by NAT (National AIDS...
Charity screening in aid of NAT
The last film of late actress Natasha Richardson, ‘The Wildest Dream’ An exclusive charity screening of Natasha Richardson’s last film,...