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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.
‘These stories need to be told, and this film must be seen’
As the countdown begins to Thursday 1 December, we’re delighted to announce Terrence Higgins Trust’s theme for World AIDS Day 2016: It’s Not Over.
Alex Phillips, Campaigns and Parliamentary Officer, went to this year’s Conservative Party conference in Birmingham to talk to MPs and influencers about the value of age-appropriate sex and relationships education (SRE).
Debbie Laycock, our Head of Policy and Parliamentary Affairs, talks about our work highlighting HIV and sexual health issues at the Labour Party conference this week.
Anyone can respond to the PrEP (pre-exposure prophylaxis) consultation before the end of Friday 23 September.
It’s party conference time – a fantastic opportunity for us to speak to parliamentarians and councillors about our services and campaigns to improve sexual health. We went down to Brighton where the Liberal Democrats were meeting for the first stop on our conference road show.
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