STOPAIDS is a membership network with a distinguished thirty-five year history of engagement on international development and HIV and AIDS. Our strength is in our membership and partnership and STOPAIDS convenes and unites UK civil society voices and positively shapes UK leadership in the global response to HIV and other health rights and equity issues.
STOPAIDS engages at the global level through involvement/co-hosting of global civil society coalitions and platforms, and directly influences key global processes and multilaterals/partnerships such as UNAIDS, the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria, UNITAID, WHO and ACT-A. STOPAIDS staff also work with or sit on the board of strategic partners including peer networks and organisations that focus on global health, development, human rights and/or other key diseases or HIV co-infections.
Our Vision: A world without AIDS, where all people can realise their right to good health and wellbeing
Our strategy goal: In 4 years, funding, power and systems are transformed for people living with and affected by HIV and marginalised (key and vulnerable) populations in three interdependent core advocacy impact areas.
Our role: We are a UK-based HIV, health and human rights advocacy network. We draw on our 35 year experience working on the HIV response to support UK and global movements that challenge the systemic barriers and inequalities preventing people from realising their right to health and wellbeing.