Tag: HIV

Fast-Track Cities festival of cultural activities engagement pack

24th July 2019

London has been chosen to host the first Fast Track Cities international conference because we are the first global city to exceed the United Nations AIDS targets for tackling HIV. We want to make sure London’s outstanding HIV community is actively engaged, highly visible and well represented throughout the conference period. This represents an excellent […]

Join London’s Fast-Track Cities HIV festival of cultural activities

24th July 2019

London has joined the international Fast-Track Cities initiative to ‘Get London to Zero’ HIV by 2030. London is the best city in the world for HIV detection and treatment with 95% of people with HIV diagnosed, 98% on treatment and 97% with the virus undetectable. London has been picked to host the first international Fast-Track […]

Londoners pledge to eradicate HIV and the harm of its stigma

31st July 2018

Over 100 people from London’s health and care and the wider London HIV community joined us on 13 July 2018 to help shape plans for London’s Fast Track Cities Initiative (FTCI). The aims are to have zero new HIV infections, zero preventable AIDS-related deaths and zero HIV stigma, as well an improving the quality of […]

Fast Track Cities London update

4th July 2018

London became a signatory to the international UNAIDS/IAPAC* HIV Fast-Track Cities (FTC) Initiative in January 2018. It is an excellent opportunity for London to move further and faster in its HIV response.  Since the signing event, the four joint-signatories (Public Health England, NHS England, London Councils and the Mayor of London) have formed a Kickstart […]

London joins Fast-Track Cities initiative to reduce new HIV infections

11th January 2018

The Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, signed the Paris Declaration on Fast-Track Cities Ending the AIDS Epidemic, along with borough leaders, Public Health England and NHS England on Wednesday 10 January. Their ambition is to cut rates of new HIV infection in the capital and eliminate discrimination and stigma associated with the condition. London has already […]