European testing week

Testing week 2015 is taking place from 20-27 November 2015. Now in its third year, it offers partners across Europe the opportunity to unite for one week to help more people become aware of their HIV and HCV status. More than 709 organisations took part last year and thousands more people are now aware of their HIV status. We hope that testing week 2015 is an even greater success.

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Partners implementing European testing week

Check out the live feed to see the latest three organisations that have signed-up to implement the testing week activities in their country. Be one of the first organisations to sign up in 2015! See the full list and find out more about signing up to the testing week».

The latest three to sign-up

European Aids Treatment Group


03 July 2015

AJPAS - Associação de Intervenção Comunitária, Desenvolvimento Social e de Saúde


02 July 2015

Государственное учреждение здравоохранения "Областной центр профилактики и борьбы со СПИД"


30 June 2015




European testing week is supported by a number of international and pan-European organisations and institutions - including UNAIDS and the European Commission

"People have the right to know their HIV status. It is essential that new approaches are generated to enable and empower people to access HIV testing without fear of stigma, discrimination or criminalisation. Community driven initiatives such as the European HIV testing week are an important contribution to ensuring that more people know their status and can access lifesaving treatment. It is an important contribution to Treatment 2015, UNAIDS’ initiative to rapidly expand access to treatment." said Michel Sidibé, Executive Director of the Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS (UNAIDS).




Organisations and institutions that support European testing week

Some of the largest international and pan-European organisations and institutions have demonstrated their support for the testing week. See full list».

Tonio Borg, the European Commissioner for Health and Consumer Policy, released a statement explaining why he supported European HIV testing week 2013.

ILGA Europe
BioLytical Laboratories
Eurasian Coalition on Male Health (ECOM)
Network of Low HIV Prevalence Countries in Central and South East Europe


Let us know what you're doing for European testing week

Join us on Twitter and Facebook – Share a post, like us or tweet with the hashtag #EuroHIVtestweek to let us and our followers know what you are planning to do or have done to encourage people to get tested.