Written evidence publicly available

We are excited to share with you that the written evidence submitted to the HIV Commission is now available to view. In November 2019, the HIV Commission launched a call for evidence to inform recommendations on how to end new HIV transmissions and HIV-attributed deaths in England by 2030. We were pleased to receive 58 … Read more

HIV Commissioners meet to discuss recommendations

Following an evidence collection process that lasted over 6 months, members of the HIV Commission have been taking part in a series of digital workshops to prioritise evidence and develop emerging recommendations to end new HIV transmissions in England. Commissioners were informed by submissions, evidence papers, published evidence, and information gathered at evidence hearings across … Read more

An update on the HIV Commission and COVID19

The HIV Commission team have been doing a lot of thinking on how we can continue our work while adapting to the COVID19 crisis. Our commitment to delivering a set of ambitious and achievable recommendations on how to end new HIV transmissions by 2030 has not changed and we cannot let the ball drop in … Read more

The Elton John AIDS Foundation has joined the HIV Commission

The HIV Commission is excited to have finished another phase of evidence gathering, with five public hearings now complete. In March, the commission visited Brighton and Hove and Bristol, but unfortunately had to cancel the hearing in East London in response to Covid-19. We will be extending the deadline to submit to Have Your Say … Read more

The launch of ‘Have Your Say’ and Evidence Hearings

We are excited to have entered the new phase of our evidence gathering as part of our evidence collection strategy. The commission is half-way through it’s evidence hearings, and last week publicly launched the ‘Have Your Say’ section on our website by releasing our ‘Timeline of HIV’ video. Please do share this video with your networks, … Read more

Evidence hearings kick-off

The call for submissions of written evidence is now closed. Thank you to everyone who has contributed by submitting evidence on behalf of an organisation and in a personal capacity. We were delighted to receive a host of varied and detailed submissions from across the country, which will help to inform the recommendations of the … Read more

Terms of Reference: Have Your Say

The HIV Commission is calling for individuals to have their say on how to achieve no new HIV transmissions by 2030.  Through this call, the HIV Commission is seeking to gather evidence, new ideas, personal stories and others, to inform a set of recommendations to end new HIV transmissions and HIV-attributed deaths in England by … Read more

Commissioner: Gareth Thomas

Gareth Thomas, former Welsh rugby captain and HIV advocate ‘I’m thrilled to be joining the HIV Commission because I want to be a part of a positive change and play a role in driving us towards our goal where no-one else contracts HIV.’ Gareth began his professional rugby career at his local rugby club Bridgend, … Read more

Terms of reference: Written Evidence

The HIV Commission is putting together a national call for written evidence. Through this call, the HIV Commission will gather evidence to inform a set of recommendations to end new HIV transmissions and HIV-attributed deaths in England by 2030. The commission aims to publish its recommendations by Spring 2020.  The HIV Commission is aiming to further … Read more

Commissioner: Mehmuda Mian

After graduating from the University of Birmingham with LLB Hons. (Law with French), Mehmuda qualified as a solicitor, specialising in commercial and professional indemnity litigation. Mehmuda’s commitment to rigorous high standards in public life led her to take on a regulatory function at the Law Society, investigating complaints against solicitors and also chairing independent review … Read more