HIV ACTIVIST NETWORK

JOIN OUR VIRTUAL GROUP TO DEMAND EQUALITY AND DRIVE PROGRESS IN HIV ON THE TOPICS THAT MATTER TO YOU

The network


Join our group to demand equality and drive progress
​in HIV on the topics that matter to you


We need your voice to make us speak louder. The HIV Activists Network allows you to add your voice to our movement—enabling us all to fight harder for the rights of people affected by HIV and drive improvements in HIV education, prevention and testing.


What does being a member involve?

Being a member involves taking quick, simple e-campaign actions to challenge injustice. NAT identifies current issues, contacts you with background information and resources, tells you what you can do, and you take action on as much or as little as you like. 

We select the current issues by doing our own research, listening to people living with HIV and talking to our partner organisations. This ensures that we are tackling the issues that matter the most.


Can I join?

Yes! Anyone living in the UK with the desire to bring about change can join. We’ll give you all the information and support you need to take action.

To join the network, please use our contact form. We'll add you to our network, and start getting in touch when we launch new actions.

To find out more email HIVactivist@nat.org.uk, call 020 7814 6767 or use our contact form.

The HIV Activists Network is run as a virtual network and your details will not be passed on.


Time is running out to expand the PrEP trial

The planned expansion to the PrEP trial has been delayed - again.

This can't go on while people are being turned away from clinics. The buck stops with Matt Hancock, the Health Secretary. Will you let him know that we need PrEP on the NHS now?

You may have seen the news that NHS England has agreed the funding to double the number of places on the PrEP trial to 26,000. This is urgent because as of today, many clinics are closed to new places, so people in need of PrEP are being turned away. Some of them are later contracting HIV. To make matters worse, clinics are struggling to provide their PrEP service effectively because they lack adequate resources. But there's been a further delay to the trial by its Oversight Board.