Children and Young People HIV Network

The Children and Young People HIV Network is a national network that connects a wide range of organisations concerned with children and young people who are living with and/or affected by HIV and AIDS, from conception to adulthood.

The aims of the Network are to provide an effective voice for this cohort through participation work, to challenge the stigma and discrimination associated with HIV and to build child-centred policy and practice recommendations.

The Network meets its aims through national and local policy influencing; development and dissemination of good practice and information; and running training and other events. It acts as a hub for practitioners to share and obtain information, resources and contacts. It also does some advocacy and media work.

To follow the work of the Network and receive news and resources relating to children and HIV, subscribe to our monthly e-bulletin by emailing hiv@ncb.org.uk. The bulletin is free and available to anyone working with or interested in children and young people living with and/or affected by HIV.

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