A collective approach to HIV

In this guest blog, SDG Network Scotland coordinator Paul Bradley speaks about Scotland's progress towards the UN Sustainable Development Goals in relation to HIV and what me must continue to do to achieve them. Read more

"In Scotland, we have all the tools."

In the midst of a week-long print campaign with the Metro Newspaper in Scotland, CEO Nathan Sparling takes a moment to talk to the people of Scotland about the facts of HIV in 2019. Read more

"We have a real chance to make material change." - Guest Blog

In this guest blog, Councillor Mhairi Hunter, the City Convener for Health & Social Care in Glasgow and Vice Chair of the Integrated Joint Board, talks about the importance of Glasgow's commitment to the Fast Track Cities initiative. Read more

Bringing the sector and community together to address the challenges of HIV

Jeffrey Hirono, Policy and Research Manager, is responsible for the research that informs the work of HIV Scotland. Here he stresses the importance of the sector working in unison and involving the community. Read more

New HIV figures put us within sight of #ZEROHIV target by 2030

Nathan Sparling, CEO of HIV Scotland, writes here about the notable decline in new HIV diagnoses and the positive outlook that news indicates for Scotland. Read more

"All I wanted was a tattoo" - Guest Blog

Antony Fox, 28 from AIrdrie, talks in this blog about his experience when trying to access a tattoo studio in Glasgow, and why he's campaigning for change for everyone living with HIV in Scotland. Read more


It is an honour to launch our ambitious new campaign, #ZEROHIV - our plan for Scotland to reach zero new HIV transmissions, zero HIV-related deaths and zero HIV-related stigma by 2030. Read our Chief Executive's latest blog. Read more

HIV in the time of the SDGs

The HIV/AIDS response cannot be ended without addressing the determinants of health and vulnerability, and the holistic needs of people at risk of and living with HIV. Read more