Over half of people living with HIV in NZ reported experiencing discrimination or stigma while receiving healthcare services.


HIV is now considered a manageable illness, so people with HIV need to access a variety of health services within their community. This means accessing quality services that are free from stigma and/or discrimination, regardless of what care is needed or where in New Zealand it is accessed.

How people get HIV doesn’t matter. How you treat them does.

View or download our resource on HIV stigma and discrimination for health workers.

 
 

 

 

Get up to date with HIV, visit:

Get up to date with HIV, visit:
Positive Women Inc. (positivewomen.org.nz)
Body Positive (bodypositive.org.nz)
INA – Maori, Indigenous, South Pacific HIV and AID Foundation (ina.maori.nz)
New Zealand AIDS Foundation (nzaf.org.nz)

Positive Women Inc. (positivewomen.org.nz)

Body Positive (bodypositive.org.nz)

INA – Maori, Indigenous, South Pacific HIV and AID Foundation (ina.maori.nz)

New Zealand AIDS Foundation (nzaf.org.nz)