News & events

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Why attend the International AIDS Conference 2018

25 January 2018

This year the conference will be held in Amsterdam on 23-28th July 2018.

Young People's Sexual Health Workshop

24 January 2018

Shape the future of RSHP Education in Scotland (Ages 18 to 25)

Health and Sport committee inquiry on the preventative agenda

24 January 2018

The Scottish Parliament’s Health and Sport Committee have been holding an inquiry on the preventative agenda that is seeking evidence on the money being spent on prevention.

Cross Party Group on Sexual Health & Blood Borne Viruses 2018

22 January 2018

2018 meeting dates and topics for the Cross Party Group on Sexual Health & Blood Borne Viruses

Civil Aviation Authority rule change

18 January 2018

Today the Civil Aviation Authority announced that they would change their rules to enable people living with HIV the ability to gain the necessary medical license to train as a Commercial Airline Pilot.

House of Commons debate on Drug Consumption Rooms

17 January 2018

On 17th January, Ronnie Cowan MP led a debate in the House of Commons on Drug Consumption Rooms (DCR) following work in Glasgow by the Alcohol and Drug Partnership, and Glasgow’s Integrated Joint Board to push forward a facility.

Short life working group on HIV testing update

13 December 2017

The short life working group on HIV testing report on progress.

HIV Scotland in Parliament for World AIDS Day

12 December 2017

This World AIDS Day we asked MSPs to show their commitment to tackling HIV-related stigma and to support Scotland’s HIV Anti Stigma Strategy

Access to formula milk for all mothers living with HIV

7 December 2017

HIV Scotland wrote to the Scottish Government identifying the clear cost benefits for ensuring a Scotland-wide policy on access to formula milk.

Tackling Blood-Borne Viruses: A framework for prisons in the UK

6 December 2017

The National AIDS Trust (NAT) published their new report Tackling Blood-Borne Viruses: A framework for prisons in the UK last week, which is a practical resource for supporting action on blood-borne viruses.