Today we launch our sexual health and HIV manifesto alongside over 30 other organisations, including National AIDS Trust (NAT) and Prepster.
This election comes at a crucial time for the nation’s sexual health and we stand united in demanding action from the next Government.
Here’s our eight point plan to stand up for sexual health:
- Deliver the commitment to ending new HIV transmissions by 2030.
- Commit to a national sexual health strategy.
- Commit to ending HIV stigma and discrimination.
- Fully fund sexual health services.
- Invest in training and resources for LGBT-inclusive relationships and sex education lessons.
- Ensure routine access to anti-HIV drug PrEP by no later than April 2020.
- Ensure the health and social care system supports people living with HIV.
- Guarantee that migrants living with or at risk of HIV have access to HIV treatment and prevention, regardless of their status.
But we need your help to make this a reality. The general election is coming up and we need you to encourage your local candidates to stand up for sexual health.
Find out more about our sexual health and HIV manifesto and how to take action.