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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.
We’re always looking for new ways to let people know about the importance of HIV testing. Here’s the latest innovation from our It Starts With Me campaign: advising people when to test for HIV through voice recognition.
Members of Parliament and Welsh Assembly Members have taken live HIV tests in an effort to encourage more local people to test for the virus this National HIV Testing Week.
This is why Ian, Clara, Warren and Sarah from Terrence Higgins Trust proudly wear their red ribbon to mark World AIDS Day on 1 December.
Steph ran the Royal Parks Half Marathon to celebrate all that her best friend has achieved since his diagnosis - and to raise money to help more people like him.
The UK quilt will be displayed first at St Paul’s Cathedral on Wednesday 23 November.
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