Áras an Uachtaráin, 1 December 2017 A Aire Stáit, A Theachtaí Dála, A Sheanadóirí, A Chomhairleoirí, A Cháirde Gael, Tá áthas orm fáilte a fhearadh romhaibh chuig Áras an Uachtaráin. Dear friends, It is a great pleasure for Sabina and I to welcome you all here today to Áras an Uachtaráin on World AIDS Day, […]
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Press Release, 1st December 2017 HIV Ireland ‘welcomes’ availability of PrEP in Ireland ‘PrEP is a crucial HIV prevention medication that can significantly reduce new HIV infections, but it needs to be available to everyone, not just those people who can afford it’ The announcement by TEVA Pharmaceutical Company that it will be introducing Pre-Exposure […]
Much has changed in the 30 years since HIV Ireland was established, but some of the same problems – like stigma – remain. THIS YEAR MARKS the 30th anniversary of HIV Ireland. The organisation, which was previously known as the Dublin AIDS Alliance, offers support and information for people living with HIV and advocates on […]
In this, our 30th Anniversary year, HIV Ireland is joining together with over 50 charities around Ireland to appeal to the public to leave a legacy gift, large or small, to charity in their will. Niall Mulligan, Executive Director with HIV Ireland said “When people choose to leave a legacy donation to HIV Ireland they […]
This My Legacy Week, HIV Ireland ask you to continue to support us by leaving a legacy gift in your will, after you have taken care of your family and loved ones. Large or small, it is a special and personal way to make an impact on causes you cherish most for the future. We […]
A major European Men who have sex with men Internet Survey (EMIS) was launched today, 26th October 2017. EMIS 2017, funded by the European Union Health Programme, will aim to identify the HIV and sexually transmitted infection (STI) prevention needs of gay men, bisexual men and other men who have sex with men (MSM), including transgender […]
Risk-taking and growing culture of chemsex are key factors behind rise of STIs, experts say. This article was published in the Irish Times on 3rd September 2017. The number of people diagnosed with HIV in Ireland is rising amid concerns that ambivalence about the disease is putting increasing numbers of people at risk. A record 512 cases […]
HIV Ireland and Positive Now will walk under one banner in the 2017 Annual Dublin Pride Parade on 24th June. The theme for our partnership and our float this year is a show of solidarity with those living with HIV in Ireland and as a remembrance of friends, family, and partners we have lost to […]
An Irish AIDS Day and Men’s Health Week 2017 initiative. To mark Irish AIDS Day (15th June) and Men’s Health Week (12th to 18th June) 2017, HIV Ireland will host a free education workshop on HIV in Ireland. The event will take place on Tuesday 13th June 2017 from 9:30am to 1:00pm in the offices […]
IrishTimes.com, Thursday 11th May 2017 Ambivalence putting people at risk of contracting disease Record numbers of people were diagnosed with HIV in Ireland last year amid concerns that a growing ambivalence about the disease is putting increasing numbers of people at risk. More than 500 new cases of HIV were diagnosed, the highest rate since […]