Threat of HIV is on the rise

On World Aids Day, HIV infection acquired in the UK is on the rise and spreading among the wider population, writes Peter Archer

Fighting back and returning to work

People living with HIV may find themselves out of work and with few prospects of getting a job, writes Rowenna Davis

HIV programmes pay for themselves and save cash

Combating the spread of HIV among workers is not only right on moral grounds, but also makes good business sense, as Rod Newing reports

Social care remains vital in face of government cuts

The wide range of services designed to support people living with HIV are under threat from government cutbacks, but campaigners are resisting, as Liz Bestic reports

HIV is on the rise again in Europe and Central Asia

For the first time in 30 years, the HIV epidemic in sub-Saharan Africa is declining, but new infections are increasing closer to home, warns Liz Bestic

Shortest life expectancy in world

The small, southern African kingdom of Swaziland is roughly the same size as Wales. It is blessed with a variety of landscapes, including mountains, savannah and rainforests – natural beauty that belies the significant economic and social problems the country faces, writes Lilian Anekwe

The world leader with a mission to heal the sick and banish HIV

Executive director of UNAids Michel Sidibé tells Rowenna Davis of his hope and fears for the future, and how HIV can be an opportunity

Why are so many going without life-saving HIV treatment?

Seven million people living with HIV – more than the population of Libya, Denmark or Costa Rica – are without treatment and most likely to be poor, black or migrants, writes Rowenna Davis