Love, loss & life
A collection of essays, reflections and passionate testimonies about 40 years of HIV/AIDS, including Rupert Everett, Lord Fowler, Jane Anderson and many more.
About the National HIV Story Trust
The National HIV Story Trust is about filming, recording and preserving the history of those affected by the AIDS epidemic of the 1980s and 90s.
The interviews in full are to be made public, a vast archive of witness testimony: from men, women, friends, lovers, clinicians and activists as well as long term survivors themselves.
HIV infection used to be a death sentence. Today it is a chronic, manageable condition. The NHST can provide speakers for your organisation, including schools, colleges, business and the media.
The project is not just about those who did not survive. We place centre stage the survivors still here who are facing later life, people who did not expect to survive and did not make provisions for old age.
We are keen to develop exhibitions, performance and music to raise public awareness of the project and HIV in general.
Meet the team
You can help us make positive history. Even a small gift will be important and help make sure the stories of the HIV/AIDS pandemic will never be forgotten, and you will help us to keep re-telling these important stories for younger generations, through the Arts and education.