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Alex Phillips, Campaigns and Parliamentary Officer, looks back on the seven biggest successes of the last year in terms of HIV and sexual health.
Once again the myHIV online peer support volunteers are donning their Santa hats this Christmas to talk to members of Terrence Higgins Trust’s myHIV community forums.
Lizzie Jordan, a 35-year-old from Lincolnshire, gave this powerful speech about her own HIV diagnosis and her vision for HIV in the future at Terrence Higgins Trust’s 2016 World AIDS Day reception at the House of Lords.
We’d like to thank everyone who fundraised for us this year for making this World AIDS Day so amazing. Charlotte Byrne, Community Fundraising Assistant, looks back at what our supporters got up to.
On World AIDS Day, our Head of Policy Debbie Laycock looks at a new parliamentary report on the closure of HIV support services.
In 1986, a bold government ad campaign got the nation talking about HIV and AIDS. The advertisement, featuring the words ‘AIDS: Don’t Die of Ignorance’ etched onto a tombstone, aimed to shock – and it almost certainly saved lives.
Stephen Fry, Graham Norton and Wayne Sleep are backing Terrence Higgins Trust’s #ItsNotOver campaign for World AIDS Day, urging the public to wear a red ribbon on Thursday 1 December.
The reception brings together MPs, peers and people living with HIV.
One in seven young people in school are still not receiving SRE.
The Deaf Health Charity SignHealth is delighted to have worked with Terrence Higgins Trust to make important information on HIV available in British Sign Language (BSL). A series of videos have been made in preparation for National HIV Testing Week aimed at improving understanding of the conditions among the deaf community.
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