We can beat AIDS, but It Ain’t Over.
AIDS is the second biggest killer of teenagers worldwide. The statistics aren’t fiction, they’re reality. Incredible progress has been made within the global HIV response over the years, with more people receiving treatment than ever before and AIDS related deaths on the whole declining. However, we’re starting to take our eye off the ball. Without our government showing serious commitment to the HIV and AIDS response – we risk undoing all of our hard work and leaving millions to suffer, but we can make AIDS history – the end is in sight.
That’s why on the 27th March we need you to join us for our annual Day of Action and bring the fight to end AIDS right into the Houses of Parliament.
What will you be doing?
Creative stunts, training and an exclusive event inside Parliament where you will have the chance to meet your MP on our It Ain’t Over campaign and get them to take action – this will be our biggest ever Day of Action yet.
Everyone is welcome and it doesn’t matter if you’ve not been involved with Youth Stop AIDS before. In the morning you’ll receive campaign training and the Day of Action will cater for all levels of knowledge and experience.
***We don’t want the cost of travel to be a barrier to attending our events. We have therefore created a small travel fund to support those who need it. Please do get in touch if you need support in covering your travel costs.***
Keen? Places are limited so don’t miss out – sign up on the link above and get ready to take the fight to end AIDS right to our decision makers!
We need to write a new chapter in the HIV response to end AIDS. Now is the time for us to lead and consign AIDS to the history books.
When: 27th March 2018, 10am – 5pm
Where: Houses of Parliament, Westminster, London
Find out more about Youth Stop AIDS here.
James Cole, Youth Stop AIDS Coordinator