Joint Working

Through innovation and partnerships, we can ensure HIV becomes part of our history, not our future.

Our vision is to get TOWARDS ZERO HIV stigma, ZERO new HIV infections and ZERO deaths from HIV in Brighton & Hove by 2030.

The Towards Zero HIV Strategy explains what has already been achieved in Brighton & Hove, and illustrates what needs to be done. The strategy has been reviewed and endorsed by stakeholders across the city, including Brighton & Hove City Council.

This is how the Brighton & Hove City Council, the Martin Fisher Foundation and the Stakeholder Partnership all work together.


The Martin Fisher Foundation working with Brighton & Hove City
In 2017 the Towards Zero HIV Taskforce was established to develop a ‘Towards Zero HIV' implementation plan which includes these 4 strands:


Innovations in Testing and Care

Research and Education

Community Involvement and Peer Support

The groups will work together to plan and monitor a range of innovative activities to work towards zero new HIV infections, zero deaths from HIV and zero stigma in Brighton & Hove. This joint work will bring together key partners and stakeholders across the city with knowledge, passion and expertise in these areas.

You can read or download the finished strategy document here.


We also work in partnership with the following organisations:

The Terence Higgins Trust

Sussex Beacon

Change, Grow, Live

Lunch Positive

Brighton Sexual Health