World AIDS Day is the one day in the calendar when people living with HIV, advocates, clinicians, community organisations and policymakers come together to unite in the fight against HIV, show their support for people living with HIV and to commemorate people who have died. Importantly it provides an annual opportunity to review and redouble our efforts to end the risks associated with undiagnosed and late diagnosed HIV.
Public Event Notice
Ensuring the existence of specialist HIV social care, support and welfare services that underpin biomedical interventions, ensure clinical outcomes and maintain quality of life for people living with HIV in the UK
The All Party Parliamentary Group and Counterpoint Policy Alliance invite you to an event to discuss the impact of welfare reform upon people living with HIV.