On World AIDS Day – 1st December – friends and supporters of Positively UK will gather at Victoria Park for a great 5k or 10k run. This year’s fundraising is dedicated to our Hardship Support Scheme that provides financial
We are starting the process of renewing our five-year strategy and want to ensure that we hear the views of everyone we work with, including: people living with HIV who use our services, our volunteers and trained peer mentors, partner organisations and clinics across the UK.
Many people don’t test for HIV because they’re scared of a positive result, they don’t think HIV affects them or they don’t think they’ve been at risk or are vulnerable to HIV. In support of National HIV testing week, read David's story of receiving a positive HIV diagnosis and what happens afterwards.
I plan to travel abroad this summer for a holiday but have heard there are some countries that impose restrictions on people living with HIV. How easy is travelling with HIV these days and what should I consider when planning a trip?