The European AIDS Treatment Group (EATG) is a patient-led NGO. Since 1992, we advocate for the rights and interests of people living with or affected by HIV/ AIDS and related co-infections within the WHO Europe region. EATG represents the diversity of more than 2,3 million people living with HIV in Europe and their communities.
Against stigma and discrimination in all our diversity
We call on HIV and mental health professionals, trained lay workers and people living with HIV to:
- Promote that HEALTH IS ABOUT WELLNESS
- Commit to STIGMA-FREE HIV & MENTAL HEALTH CARE
- Ensure CONTINUING HIV & MENTAL HEALTH EDUCATION for all professional and lay workers in this field
- Collaborate to ensure people living with HIV receive INTEGRATED HIV & MENTAL HEALTH CARE
WAD 2023 | Stigma-Free: We call for stigma-free integrated services –Video
Stigma-Free: video reporting from EACS 2023 ‘Empowering communities and clinicians for harm reduction and mental health’ session
RECAP with the RBDCOV Community Advisory Panel | Vaccines 101: The importance of including people living with immunocompromising conditions
RECAP with the RBDCOV Community Advisory Panel | Vaccines 101: Debunking myths and understanding vaccine hesitancy
Executive Director (Recruitment Relaunch)
RECAP with the RBDCOV Community Advisory Panel | Vaccines 101: What are they and how do they work?
RBDCOV: EATG reports from the latest face-to-face consortium meeting in Barcelona (October 2023)
Stigma-Free: For the Mental Health and Wellness of People Living with and Affected by HIV
Why and How Should Communities Be Engaged in Research & Development Processes for Safer Clinical Trials?
ECDC | Stigma: survey of people living with HIV | Monitoring implementation of the Dublin Declaration on partnership to fight HIV/AIDS in Europe and Central Asia –2022 progress report
EATG Training Academy
Capacity building is a key strategic approach for us. Our training projects and workshops aim to strengthen the knowledge and capacity of communities as well as to disseminate robust data and good practices. The EATG Training Academy website provides participants of trainings with all the information, support and resources they need.