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.
The European AIDS Treatment Group’s hearts and thoughts are particularly with people living with HIV and people most at risk of HIV, including sex workers, people who use drugs, trans people, men who have sex with men, women, children, and migrants and refugees. It is critical to maintain access to basic services, and to life-saving treatment and services, like antiretroviral drugs, opioid agonist treatment and mental health support.
iCOPe HIV webinar: Taking Global Action Toward Improved Care, Quality of Life, and Empowerment for Older People with HIV
How does ideal combination prevention look like to you? — EATG survey is online
HIV Outcomes launches policy asks for enhancing health and wellbeing of people living with HIV
EU4Health: Towards meaningful engagement of health civil society organisations in EU public health policymaking
A Pool of Experts with Diverse Field Experiences in the HIV Sector Set to Empower Participants in the STEP-UP 2023 Training Programme
EATG Launches its 30 Anniversary Publication on World AIDS Day 2022
Celebrating 30 Years of HIV Activism: Stories from the Frontline
EATG is 30: HIV at the intersection of current and future challenges for our communities
Reporting from the parliamentary dialogue on equitable access to oral PrEP within the EU and beyond
STEP-UP: The Best Expert Course for Practical Advocacy Work in the HIV Field Available Online Soon
EHVA Halts Clinical Trial to Test a Candidate Therapeutic HIV Vaccine and Immunotherapy Drug
Equitable Access to Oral PrEP as Part of HIV Prevention Combination within the EU Region
The Glasgow Manifesto by the International Coalition of Older People with HIV (iCOPe HIV)
RBDCOV: Working on an Inclusive COVID-19 Clinical Trial
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.