By Jenny Kleeman, Dec 8 2015 02:32PM

In Britain today, there’s a unique group of young people who’ve had HIV all their lives. They were born in the 90s, when mother-to-child transmission couldn’t be prevented, but HIV positive babies could survive. No other generation will ever live with HIV in the same way. In my film for the Guardian on World Aids Day, I meet a group of them. They tell me their greatest threat is not HIV – but stigma.


Watch the film here: http://www.theguardian.com/society/video/2015/dec/01/generation-hiv-the-young-britons-born-hiv-positive-video

Jenny Kleeman

journalist, writer, documentary-maker