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NAT HIV Activist Network calls for members

posted 13 Jul 2011, 03:07 by Web Site

National AIDS Trust set up a HIV Activist Network in December 2010 to give people living with HIV a greater voice on topics that matter to them. Since it’s inception 50 people have joined the network and taken action on a wide range of issues including emails their MPs about the Welfare Reform Bill, writing to local councilors about HIV social care funding and contacting their PCT about prevention and testing. Most recently the Activists in London have written to the London Specialised Commissioning Group about changes to HIV drugs prescribing in London.

The Network needs more members. Everyone is welcome to join, you don’t have to be HIV positive, you just have to care about the issues and want to take action on them. To join the HIV Activist network today and make sure your voice is heard - email or call NAT on 020 7814 67 67.