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Wednesday 12 July 2017

LGBT-inclusive SRE: one year on

What a year it has been for Sex and Relationships Education!

Alex Phillips

Monday 12 June 2017

Summer’s here... Where is PrEP?

Campaigners have expressed they are ‘seriously concerned’ about delays to the long-awaited PrEP trial in England.

'Summer's here - where is PrEP?' postcard

Thursday 01 June 2017

Thank you to all our volunteers!

As Volunteer Appreciation Week 2017 kicks off, our London and Brighton Volunteer Coordinator Simone Howard wants to say a big thank you to all our wonderful volunteers.

Four of our volunteers

Wednesday 17 May 2017

Women and HIV: taking action together

Today Terrence Higgins Trust and Sophia Forum launch a new project which aims to shed light on and encourage action to address the impact that HIV has on women in the UK.

Underwear on a washing line

Tuesday 16 May 2017

HIV manifesto launched today

We’re calling on the next government to stand with people affected by HIV.

I pledge to stand with people affected by HIV

Wednesday 10 May 2017

Join us at Prides across the country this summer!

Pride season is about to start and Terrence Higgins Trust is out and about across the UK promoting good sexual health.

Pride crowd

Friday 28 April 2017

Now it’s law, what’s next for sex and relationship education?

Alex Phillips, Campaigns and Parliamentary Officer, looks forward to the next steps in our campaign following compulsory SRE becoming the law in England.

We want SRE and you should too!

Wednesday 26 April 2017

Welcoming Wales: but what’s next for HPV?

We're reiterating our calls for the HPV vaccine to be made available to all school-aged boys across the UK.

a young man gets vaccinated

Tuesday 25 April 2017

‘Challenging times lie ahead for HIV services – but the role of the community is vital’, says Ian Green

Today, the King's Fund has released a new report into the future of HIV services in England. Ian Green, our Chief Executive, has commented on what this means for THT and those we’re here to support.

Ian Green on balcony

Monday 03 April 2017

Lighthouse Fund greenlights three life-changing HIV projects

Three life-changing HIV projects have been announced for 2017, thanks to funding from the Terrence Higgins Trust Lighthouse Fund.

People counselling one another