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Do you think the Government is taking HIV prevention seriously enough?
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NAT (National AIDS Trust) campaigns on a range of issues affecting people living with HIV, including benefits, employment and human rights. We are committed to ensuring that the laws and policies affecting people living with HIV are fair, and we work to raise awareness of HIV and the importance of HIV education in the UK today.
Put A Ribbon On It
This year for World AIDS Day the National AIDS Trust are asking people to show solidarity with the 100,000 people living with HIV in the UK - and the 34 million world-wide - by wearing the universal symbol of HIV awareness, the red ribbon. We want you to get creative - put it on landmarks, people, clothes, buildings, food. There is nowhere the red ribbon cannot go! Remember to tweet your pictures to us or share them on Facebook under #PutARibbonOnIt
Find out more about the campaign here.
Want to campaign all year round - become an HIV Activist!
The HIV Activists Network is a virtual group of people who are passionate about the rights of people living with HIV and the importance of HIV education, prevention, testing, rights and equality.
The network has been established to give everyone who cares about HIV an opportunity to get involved in NAT's campaigning work and give people living with HIV a greater voice on the topics that matter to them – such as health, benefits, and discrimination — and the tools and resources to make this happen.
There are no rules or restrictions on who can join the network — it's open to anyone who wants to get involved and make a difference. Some people may shy away from the term 'activist', thinking they'll need to be loud, visible, and knowledgeable on complex subjects. But with the HIV Activists Network, you don't need to be any of these things. All you need is a desire to bring about change — NAT will provide all the information and support you need.