NAT welcomes new Green Paper and the opportunity it presents to reform the current social care system
NAT (National AIDS Trust) welcomes the publication of the long awaited Green Paper on social care. This looks at how as a society we can both pay for increasing social care costs and improve the way services are delivered.
Lessons for employers after first major survey of people living with HIV at work
The findings of the first major piece of research to be conducted into the working experiences of people living with HIV have been revealed by NAT (National AIDS Trust). The research shows that the health effects of HIV are having little impact on people’s ability to work thanks to improvements in treatment, however stigma surrounding HIV still creates barriers in the workplace.
Charity sets target of £25,000
NAT (National AIDS Trust), the UK’s leading charity dedicated to transforming society’s response to HIV, has launched a fundraising appeal to raise awareness of its work for the gay community and to secure support needed for the future.
NAT is holding a Parliamentary Reception on 20 October to launch its new publication HIV: an Agenda for Action.
HIV has for too long been a neglected issue in the UK and real improvements still need to made in HIV prevention, care and rights. The ‘Agenda for Action’ sets out what the key aims should be to address HIV effectively in the UK. NAT is inviting everyone – including MPs, Peers, journalists and individuals – to sign up and pledge to ‘act’ on this Agenda, do everything they can to help meet the aims and so make a real difference.