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New stats from Public Health England show 10% drop in HIV diagnoses

Graham Robson November 3, 2020

Terrence Higgins Trust and National AIDS Trust respond to new HIV data showing 4,139 new HIV diagnoses in 2019, which represents a 10% drop in a year – 18% among gay and bisexual men, and 6% among heterosexuals.

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Community

Rock the Ribbon in style for World Aids Day 2020!

Graham Robson October 29, 2020

To mark World Aids Day on Tuesday, December 1, National AIDS Trust has teamed up with the charitable shopping app Kindred to create a range of products raising HIV awareness as they call on the public to #RockTheRibbon.

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Arts

Don’t miss out on entering National AIDS Trust’s artwork competition

Graham Robson August 24, 2020

National AIDS Trust’s (NAT) is inviting aspiring artists and designers to enter the inaugural Be Red Ribbon Inspired artwork competition, which runs until Monday, August 31, 2020 and is judged by Sir Antony Gormley and Sandy Nairne CBE.

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Arts

Sir Antony Gormley & Sandy Nairne CBE to judge NAT artwork competition

August 5, 2020

Aspiring artists and designers are invited to enter HIV charity National AIDS Trust’s (NAT) inaugural Be Red Ribbon Inspired artwork competition and have their work judged by Sir Antony Gormley and Sandy Nairne CBE.

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Community News

Gareth Thomas and Viiv Healthcare launch Tackle HIV campaign

June 25, 2020

Gareth Thomas and ViiV Healthcare launch the Tackle HIV campaign, an initiative aimed at improving levels of public understanding of HIV and breaking the stigma around it.

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Business News

NAT comment: ‘HIV markers still used by English Police’

June 12, 2020

NAT highlights that the practice of recording HIV status within a ‘contagious’ indicator are still being used in England and other parts of the UK.

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Community

Gareth Thomas announced as HIV Commissioner

Gscene Editorial Team November 9, 2019

Former Wales rugby captain Gareth Thomas, who revealed he’s living with HIV in September, has been announced as a commissioner on the first ever HIV Commission, which was set up by Terrence Higgins Trust (THT) and NAT (National AIDS Trust) to develop independent recommendations towards ending all new HIV transmissions in England by 2030.

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