Written Evidence

The HIV Commission asked individuals and organisations to submit written evidence in order to inform a set of recommendations to end new HIV transmissions and HIV-attributed deaths in England by 2030.

Evidence submissions are public documents, published based on the written evidence terms of reference. The call for written evidence closed on 31 January 2020 and submissions were published on 16 June 2020.

ReferenceName / OrganisationSubmission
A1Body PositiveSubmission
A2BHA For EqualitySubmission
A3GMI PartnershipSubmission
A4SH24Submission
A5The Food ChainSubmission
A6Positively UKSubmission, Annex
A7Blue Sky TrustSubmission
A8Guys and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation TrustSubmission
A9Sussex Commmunity NHS Foundation TrustSubmission
A1056 Dean StreetSubmission
A11London Borough of Lambeth Public Health DepartmentSubmission
A12Greater Manchester Health and Social Care PartnershipSubmission
A13Gilead SciencesSubmission
A14UK-CABSubmission
A15The Lawson Unit, BrightonSubmission
A16BrookSubmission
A17Calderdale and Huddersfield NHS TrustSubmission
A18Greater Manchester Sexual Health NetworkSubmission
A19The Martin Fisher FoundationSubmission
A20Terrence Higgins TrustSubmission
A21SXT Health CICSubmission
A22Metro CharitySubmission
A23NAZSubmission
A24Solutions 4 HealthSubmission
A25LGBT FoundationSubmission
A26MSDSubmission
A27HIV Liaison Service, South London and MaudsleySubmission
A28EmERGESubmission
A29Royal Collect of PhysiciansSubmission
A30Brighton and Hove Community WorksSubmission
A31Elton John AIDS FoundationNot available
A32ReleaseSubmission
A33STOPAIDSSubmission
A34Catholics for AIDS Prevention and SupportNot available
A35Stigma IndexSubmission
A36BrigstoweSubmission
A37NATSubmission
A38Kenrow Positive SupportSubmission
A39NATSALSubmission
A40Macmillan Local Authority Partnership Programme, Tower HamletsSubmission, Annex
A41The Coalition of Latin Americans in the UKSubmission
A42Sofia ForumSubmission, Annex
A43Bristol City CouncilNot available
A44The APPG on HIV and AIDSSubmission
A45HIV ScotlandSubmission
A46Public Health EnglandSubmission
A47Gay Men’s Health CollectiveSubmission
A48Tower HamletsSubmission
A49Change Grow LiveSubmission
A50Sex Education ForumSubmission
B1Jonathon ShawSubmission
B2Shaun WatsonSubmission
B3Néstor Hernández SousaSubmission
B4Joanna WeddSubmission
B5Dr Catherine Chima-OkerekeSubmission
B6Dr Catherine DoddsSubmission
B7Ant BabajeeSubmission
B8On behalf of: BASHH HIV SIG membersSubmission

Submissions including private, confidential or commercially sensitive information are not available to download as agreed in the written evidence terms of reference.