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  • Where Is PrEP? HIV Charities Warn The NHS Will Miss Its Own Deadline

    Britain's top HIV organisations have accused NHS England of dragging its feet in providing the prevention drug, despite 17 people a day contracting the virus.

    9 hours ago | BuzzFeed
  • HIV Activist Learning Modules: Engaging our Community in HIV Prevention Policy Advocacy

    In order to support the efforts of prevention advocates across the United States, Treatment Action Group has developed a series of modules to help support activists’ capacity needs and to develop advocacy action plans. The slides and handouts in each module focus on how to identify and change the governmental, organizational, and institutional policies that create roadblocks to comprehensive HIV prevention in our communities. The materials are useful for personal education or group discussion on HIV prevention and policy advocacy.

    29 March 2017 | TAG
  • Trialling PrEP: What happened to the NHS PrEP trial?

    When NHS England announced at the start of December 2016 that they’d be funding a new large-scale PrEP trial, many people thought that they’d be able to access PrEP in the spring. More than 3 months later, and the trial has not even started to recruit. Dr Will Nutland from PrEPster.info gives an update about what’s going on with the trial.

    23 March 2017 | Boyz
  • Draft Philippine Law Would Boost AIDS Response

    Philippine lawmakers finally took action this week to improve the government’s response to the country’s HIV epidemic, filing a draft law to replace the Philippine AIDS Prevention and Control Act of 1998. The bill’s major flaw is its lack of specificity about the crucial role of condoms in HIV prevention.

    22 March 2017 | Human Rights Watch
  • New South Wales: HIV notifications fall to five-year low

    New data out today shows promising signs of a decline in HIV transmission in NSW. The 2016 NSW Annual Data report shows 317 NSW residents were notified with HIV last year, the lowest annual count in more than five years. This was despite a 21 percent jump in the number of HIV tests conducted in people at risk in public sexual health clinics compared with the previous year.

    06 March 2017 | NSW Government
  • FPA welcomes government announcement on relationships and sex education

    FPA is delighted that the Secretary of State, Justine Greening, has announced today (Wednesday 1 March) that, in England, every child from the age of four will be taught about safe and healthy relationships and, later, about sex.

    01 March 2017 | FPA
  • NAT welcomes Statutory Sex and Relationships Education, but says it must not leave LGBT young people behind

    We are delighted that the Government is taking this desperately needed and long-awaited step to make PSHE and SRE compulsory in all schools. The guidance must empower and support schools to talk about same-sex relationships, gender identity and information on HIV and other STIs.

    01 March 2017 | National AIDS Trust
  • What we know about the new England PrEP trial

    @teamPrEPster, and other HIV advocate groups, will be keeping a watchful eye on development of the trial, not least to ensure that there are no further delays to its implementation.

    27 February 2017 | Prepster
  • Meet The Man Who Stopped Thousands Of People Becoming HIV-Positive

    “I knew I was doing something of substance, but it’s really overwhelming.” In an exclusive interview with BuzzFeed News, Greg Owen reveals the story behind Britain’s largest ever drop in HIV transmissions.

    26 February 2017 | BuzzFeed News
  • An 18% Decline in HIV Incidence in the US Over Six Years is Not Enough

    David Holtgrave and Robert Bonacci: "At a time when some decision makers are considering possibly repealing and/or replacing the Affordable Care Act, which we know provided critical health insurance access for persons living with HIV and helped to avoid HIV transmission, we should instead be focusing as a nation on expanding critical HIV-related services and access to comprehensive care."

    16 February 2017 | Huffington Post
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We can end HIV soon if people have equal access to HIV drugs as treatment and as PrEP, and have free choice over whether to take them.

Launched today, the Community Consensus Statement is a basic set of principles aimed at making sure that happens.

The Community Consensus Statement is a joint initiative of AVAC, EATG, MSMGF, GNP+, HIV i-Base, the International HIV/AIDS Alliance, ITPC and NAM/aidsmap
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