HIV continues to be one of the biggest public health priorities in the capital. London boroughs are proud of the work we do to prevent HIV by promoting testing, PrEP, condoms and U=U via Do It London, our collaborative information campaign.
£100,000 is available for up to two projects developing new approaches to improving adult social care.
London Councils calls for a funding boost and a delay to planned reforms of the sector.
Do It London have launched their latest HIV prevention campaign on behalf of all London boroughs.
London Councils stand ready to work alongside the new Prime Minister to meet the urgent challenges our capital faces.
Thousands of Afghans have started new lives as Londoners.
London will be facing extreme hot weather from Sunday. Boroughs will be stepping up the support and advice they have been sharing with local communities to help them prepare.
For London Pride this year, Do It London’s outreach team will be marching in the parade and setting up a health promotion stand where HIV testing, condoms, and sexual health advice will be on offer.
On the second anniversary of the first Covid-19 lockdown, London Councils' Chair, Cllr Georgia Gould, reflects on the impact of the pandemic on Londoners.
94% of children due to start secondary school in London this September have been offered a place at one of their preferred schools, data published on National Secondary Offer Day 2022 by the Pan London Admissions Board reveals.