Stephen Doughty MP Chair   Stephen Doughty was first elected as Welsh Labour / Co-operative MP for Cardiff South and Penarth in 2012 and was re-elected in 2015 and 2017.  Born and educated in South Wales, he later studied in Canada, Oxford and St Andrews.  He worked in senior policy, management and advocacy roles for World Vision and Oxfam, and as Special Adviser to the Secretary of State for International Development at DFID.  In Parliament he has held roles in the Shadow Treasury, Business and Foreign Affairs teams including as Shadow Foreign Affairs Minister and Shadow Minister for Trade and Industry. He served on the Wales and International Development Select Committees and joined the Home Affairs Select Committee in September 2017. Stephen has chaired the All Party Parliamentary Group on HIV/AIDS since June 2017.

Stephen Doughty MP Chair

Stephen Doughty was first elected as Welsh Labour / Co-operative MP for Cardiff South and Penarth in 2012 and was re-elected in 2015 and 2017.

Born and educated in South Wales, he later studied in Canada, Oxford and St Andrews.

He worked in senior policy, management and advocacy roles for World Vision and Oxfam, and as Special Adviser to the Secretary of State for International Development at DFID.

In Parliament he has held roles in the Shadow Treasury, Business and Foreign Affairs teams including as Shadow Foreign Affairs Minister and Shadow Minister for Trade and Industry. He served on the Wales and International Development Select Committees and joined the Home Affairs Select Committee in September 2017. Stephen has chaired the All Party Parliamentary Group on HIV/AIDS since June 2017.

  Lord (Guy) Black of Brentwood Vice Chair   Lord (Guy) Black of Brentwood is a Conservative Member of the House of Lords, where he has campaigned on issues including PrEP, health education and HIV/AIDS in the developing world, and in a number of debates has pressed the Government to commit to eliminating new HIV infections by 2030.  He is a Trustee of the Bloomsbury Network. Guy’s career has been in the media and, a former Director of the Press Complaints Commission, he is now Deputy Chairman of Telegraph Media Group and Chairman of the Commonwealth Press Union Trust.  He is also Chairman of the Royal College of Music. In 2016 Guy was made the Pink News “Peer of the Year” for his campaigning work on LGBT+ issues, including the Equal Marriage Bill, gay conversion therapy and HIV/AIDS.

Lord (Guy) Black of Brentwood Vice Chair

Lord (Guy) Black of Brentwood is a Conservative Member of the House of Lords, where he has campaigned on issues including PrEP, health education and HIV/AIDS in the developing world, and in a number of debates has pressed the Government to commit to eliminating new HIV infections by 2030.

He is a Trustee of the Bloomsbury Network. Guy’s career has been in the media and, a former Director of the Press Complaints Commission, he is now Deputy Chairman of Telegraph Media Group and Chairman of the Commonwealth Press Union Trust.

He is also Chairman of the Royal College of Music. In 2016 Guy was made the Pink News “Peer of the Year” for his campaigning work on LGBT+ issues, including the Equal Marriage Bill, gay conversion therapy and HIV/AIDS.

  Dr Paul Williams MP Treasurer   I was elected to Parliament in 2017. At the time I was working as a GP and leading a GP Federation.  I spent more than four years leading a hospital and community health program on the Uganda/DRC border between 2006 and 2010. During this time I my team ran mobile HIV testing and treatment services in remote areas without power or heath infrastructure. More than 2000 people received ARV’s. I also led a large maternal health service including a successful prevention of mother to child transmission program.  I care most about access to HIV services for people living with the greatest disadvantage, and want the APPG to play a part nationally and globally to achieve this.

Dr Paul Williams MP Treasurer

I was elected to Parliament in 2017. At the time I was working as a GP and leading a GP Federation.

I spent more than four years leading a hospital and community health program on the Uganda/DRC border between 2006 and 2010. During this time I my team ran mobile HIV testing and treatment services in remote areas without power or heath infrastructure. More than 2000 people received ARV’s. I also led a large maternal health service including a successful prevention of mother to child transmission program.

I care most about access to HIV services for people living with the greatest disadvantage, and want the APPG to play a part nationally and globally to achieve this.

 
  Baroness Masham of Ilton Vice Chair   Baroness Masham’s political interests are in health, disability, penal affairs and policy and drug abuse. She became a member of House of Lords in 1970.  Baroness Masham is the former and current president, patron, chair and member of numerous charities, especially in the area of health and disability; Chair: Home Office Crime Prevention Working Group on Young People and Alcohol 1987, Howard League Inquiry into Girls in Prison; Council Member, Winston Churchill Trust 1980-2005; Patron: International Spinal Research Trust, Northern Counties Trust for People Living with HIV/AIDS; Animal Health Trust; John Mordaunt Trust; Yorkshire Wildlife Trust,  Baroness Masham has Six Honorary Degrees and three Honorary Fellowships; Hon Fellowship: RCGP 1981, Chartered Society of Physiotherapy 1996; Freedom of Borough of Harrogate 1989;

Baroness Masham of Ilton Vice Chair

Baroness Masham’s political interests are in health, disability, penal affairs and policy and drug abuse. She became a member of House of Lords in 1970.

Baroness Masham is the former and current president, patron, chair and member of numerous charities, especially in the area of health and disability; Chair: Home Office Crime Prevention Working Group on Young People and Alcohol 1987, Howard League Inquiry into Girls in Prison; Council Member, Winston Churchill Trust 1980-2005; Patron: International Spinal Research Trust, Northern Counties Trust for People Living with HIV/AIDS; Animal Health Trust; John Mordaunt Trust; Yorkshire Wildlife Trust,

Baroness Masham has Six Honorary Degrees and three Honorary Fellowships; Hon Fellowship: RCGP 1981, Chartered Society of Physiotherapy 1996; Freedom of Borough of Harrogate 1989;

  Lord Ray Collins Vice Chair   Ray Collins is currently Opposition Spokesperson for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs and International development in the Lords. He is a life peer and trade unionist who was General Secretary of the Labour Party from 2008 to 2011.  In January 2011, he was created a life peer where he sits on the Labour benches as Lord Collins of Highbury. He was appointed an Opposition Whip in 2011 covering Health and DCMS. In 2012 he became an Opposition Spokesperson for Work and Pensions and took up his current responsibilities in January 2013.  An active supporter of Stonewall he is the Treasurer of the All Party Parliamentary Group on Global LGBT Rights which exists to advance LGBT rights around the world. Ray is also Patron of Positive East, London’s largest HIV charity based in the East End.

Lord Ray Collins Vice Chair

Ray Collins is currently Opposition Spokesperson for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs and International development in the Lords. He is a life peer and trade unionist who was General Secretary of the Labour Party from 2008 to 2011.

In January 2011, he was created a life peer where he sits on the Labour benches as Lord Collins of Highbury. He was appointed an Opposition Whip in 2011 covering Health and DCMS. In 2012 he became an Opposition Spokesperson for Work and Pensions and took up his current responsibilities in January 2013.

An active supporter of Stonewall he is the Treasurer of the All Party Parliamentary Group on Global LGBT Rights which exists to advance LGBT rights around the world. Ray is also Patron of Positive East, London’s largest HIV charity based in the East End.

  Baroness Barker Vice Chair   Elizabeth Jean Barker, Baroness Barker (born 31 January 1961) is a Liberal Democrat member of the House of Lords. Educated at Dalziel High School and the University of Southampton, Barker worked for Age Concern between 1983 and 2007. She was created a life   peer as Baroness Barker,  of Anagach in Highland , on 31 July 1999 and is a Liberal Democrat spokesperson on the Voluntary Sector and Social Enterprise.  Baroness Barker is a Patron of Opening Doors London, a charity providing support for older LGBT people, and an Ambassador for the Albert Kennedy Trust.

Baroness Barker Vice Chair

Elizabeth Jean Barker, Baroness Barker (born 31 January 1961) is a Liberal Democrat member of the House of Lords. Educated at Dalziel High School and the University of Southampton, Barker worked for Age Concern between 1983 and 2007. She was created a life peer as Baroness Barker, of Anagach in Highland, on 31 July 1999 and is a Liberal Democrat spokesperson on the Voluntary Sector and Social Enterprise.

Baroness Barker is a Patron of Opening Doors London, a charity providing support for older LGBT people, and an Ambassador for the Albert Kennedy Trust.

Other members

Diane Abbott Labour MP for Hackney North and Stoke Newington

Lloyd Russell-Moyle MP for Kemptown and Peacehaven

Stuart Andrew Conservative MP for Pudsey

Tonia Antoniazzi Lab MP for Gower

Ian Austin Labour MP for Dudley North

Kevin Barron Labour MP for Rother Valley

Guto Bebb Conservative MP for Aberconwy

Hilary Benn Labour MP for Leeds Central

Luciana Berger Labour MP for Wavertree

Peter Bottomley Conservative MP for Worthing West

Tom Brake Liberal Democrat MP for Carshalton & Wallington

Andrew Bridgen Conservative MP for North West Leicestershire

Deidre Brock SNP MP for Edinburgh North and Leith

Alan  Brown SNP MP for Kilmarnock and Loudoun

Lyn Brown Labour MP for West Ham

Chris Bryant Labour MP for Rhondda

Karen Buck Labour MP for Westminster North

Richard Burden Labour MP for Birmingham, Northfield

Richard Burgon Labour MP for Leeds East

Conor Burns Conservative MP for Bournemouth West

Dawn Butler Labour MP for Brent Central

Lisa Cameron SNP MP for East Kilbride, Strathaven & Lesmahagow

William Cash Conservative MP for Stone

Neil Coyle Labour MP for Bermondsey and Old Southwark

Mary Creagh Labour MP for Wakefield

Stella Creasy Labour MP for Walthamstow

John Cryer Labour MP for Leyton and Wanstead

Jim Cunningham Labour MP for Coventry South

Nic Dakin Labour MP for Scunthorpe

Martyn Day SNP MP for Linlithgow and Falkirk East

Marsha De Cordova Labour MP for Battersea

Martin Docherty SNP MP for West Dunbartonshire

James Dudderidge Conservative MP for Rochford and Southend East

Maria Eagle Labour MP for Garston and Halewood

Clive Efford Labour MP for Eltham

Julie Elliott Labour MP for Sunderland Central

Chris Evans Labour MP for Islwyn

Nigel Evans Conservative MP for Ribble Valley

Vicky Foxcroft Labour MP for Lewisham and Deptford

Barry Gardiner Labour MP for Brent North

Patricia Gibson SNP MP for North Ayrshire and Arran

Patrick Grady SNP MP for Glasgow North

Peter Grant SNP MP for Glenrothes

Nia Griffith Labour MP for Llanelli

Harriet Harman Labour MP for Camberwell and Peckham

Helen Hayes Labour MP for Dulwich and West Norwood

Nick Herbert Conservative MP for Arundel and South Downs

Sharon Hodgson Labour MP for Washington & Sunderland West

Adam Holloway Conservative MP for Gravesham

John Howell Conservative MP for Henley

Graham Jones Labour MP for Hyndburn

Helen Jones Labour MPWarrington North

Mike Kane Labour MP for Wythenshawe and Sale East

Peter Kyle Labour MP for Hove and Portslade

David Lammy Labour MP for Tottenham

Jeremy Lefroy Conservative MP for Stafford

Ivan Lewis Labour MP for Bury South

Stephen Lloyd Liberal Democrat MP for Eastbourne

Caroline Lucas Green MP for Brighton, Pavilion

Gordon Marsden Labour MP for Blackpool South

Rachael Maskell Labour MP for York Central

Stephen McCabe Labour MP for Birmingham, Selly Oak

Kerry McCarthy Labour MP for Bristol East

Siobhain McDonagh Labour MP for Mitcham and Morden

Stuart McDonald SNP MP for Cumbernauld, Kilsyth and Kirkintilloch East

John McDonnell Labour MP for Hayes and Harlington

Liz McInnes Labour MP for Heywood and Middleton

Catherine McKinnell Labour MP for Newcastle Upon Tyne North

Mark Menzies Conservative MP for Fylde

Andrew Mitchell Conservative MP for Sutton Coldfield

Jessica Morden Labour MP for Newport East

Nicky Morgan Conservative MP for Loughborough

Grahame Morris Labour MP for Easington

David Morris Conservative MP for Morecambe & Lunesdale

Lisa Nandy Labour MP for Wigan

Gavin Newlands SNP MP for Paisley and Renfrewshire North

Caroline Nokes Conservative MP for Romsey & Southampton North

Kate Osamor Labour MP for Edmonton

Albert Owen Labour MP for Ynys Môn

Andrew Percy Conservative MP for Brigg & Goole

Chris Philp Conservative MP for Croydon South

Luke Pollard Labour MP for Plymouth, Sutton and Devonport

Steve Reed Labour MP for Croydon North

Jim Shannon DUP MP for Strangford

Virenda Sharma Lab MP for Ealing, Southall

Alec Shelbrooke Conservative MP for Elmet and Rothwell

Tulip Siddiq Labour MP for Hampstead & Kilburn

Andy Slaugther Labour MP for Hammersmith

Henry Smith Conservative MP for Crawley

Anna Soubry Conservative MP for Broxtowe

Chris Stephens SNP MP for Glasgow South West

Wes Streeting Labour MP for Ilford North

Graham Stringer Labour MP for Blackley and Broughton

Alison Thewliss SNP MP for Glasgow Central

Gareth Thomas Labour MP for Harrow West

Derek Twigg Labour MP for Halton

Stephen Twigg Labour MP for Liverpool, West Derby

Tom Watson Labour MP for West Bromwich East

Catherine West Labour MP for Hornsey & Wood Green

Philippa Whitford SNP MP for Central Ayrshire

Sammy Wilson DUP MP for East Antrim

William Wragg Conservative MP for Hazel Grove

Martin Whitfield Labour MP for East Lothian

Lord Alderdice Liberal Democrat 

Lord Alli Labour

Rt Hon Baroness Chalker of Wallasey Conservative

Lord Chidgey Liberal Democrat

Lord Clement-Jones CBE Liberal Democrat

Lord Collins Of Highbury Labour

Lord Colwyn  Conservative

Viscount Craigavon Cross Bench

Baroness Crawley Labour

Baroness Cumberlege Conservative

Lord Dholakia OBE DL Liberal Democrat

Lord Eatwell Labour

Baroness Gardner of Parkes Conservative

Lord Harris of Haringey Labour

Lord Howard of Rising Conservative

Baroness Howells of St Davids OBE Labour

Baroness Jay of Paddington Labour

Lord Purvisof Tweed Liberal Democrat

Lord Lexden Conservative

Earl Listowel Cross Bench

Baroness Maddock Liberal Democrat

Lord Mancroft Conservative

Baroness Masham of Ilton Cross Bench

Baroness Massey of Darwen Labour

Professor Lord McColl of Dulwich CBE Conservative

Lord Montague Earl of Sandwich Cross Bench

Baroness Prashar of Runnymede CBE Cross Bench

Lord Puttnam Labour

Lord Rea Labour

Lord Redesdale Liberal Democrat

Baroness Rendell of Babergh CBE Labour

Reverend Baroness Richardson of Calow OBE Cross Bench

Lord Hayward Conservative

Lord Smithof Finsbury Labour

Lord St John of Bletso Cross Bench

Lord Stone of Blackheath Labour

Baroness Jenny Tonge Liberal Democrat

Baroness Turner of Camden Labour

Baroness Walmsley Liberal Democrat

Baroness Wilkins  of Chesham Bois Labour

Baroness Trumpington Conservative

Lord Blackof Brentwood Conservative

Baroness Flather Cross Bench

Earl Baldwin of Bewdley Cross Bench

Lord and Lady Williams of Elvel Labour

Lord Graham of Edmonton Labour