We are a youth-led movement campaigning for a world without AIDS (previously called Student Stop AIDS Campaign). Our network of young people across the UK speak out, take creative action and engage those in power to ensure that governments, global institutions and corporations are committed to ending AIDS by 2030.
  • % of 35 million people accessing the treatment they need 37%
  • Anti-retrovirals (ARVs) reduce the risk of transmitting the virus on by 96%
  • % of people living with HIV in the UK who don’t know they are infected 25%

What we do

Direct Action

Lobbying

Spread the word

Organise locally

It is your efforts that help the government to focus on the issues and stimulate the companies to pick up the phone and meet with us. From where I sit I can see directly the results of your efforts and it is impressive. Ellen 't Hoen

Former Executive Director, Medicines Patent Pool

Our current campaigns

Find your local group

Take action

Join us online

Come to the National Gathering 2015

Campaigning with Youth Stop AIDS has been one of the most rewarding things I’ve done at Uni. Not only have I developed confidence in public speaking but I’ve had the pleasure of meeting many influential figures, such as MPs and MEPs.

Harvir

Sheffield

Blog

We can stop AIDS: look at how far we’ve come

So this is it. We’re here. Fellow campaigners will know this feeling. After working hard for months and months, suddenly that intangible moment, which always seemed so deep into the future, creeps up on you and arrives. I’m talking about the end of a campaign. For...

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Why patents are not the answer

On Intellectual Property Day (April 26th), Emily Thomas, a Youth Stop AIDS Campaigner from London, takes us back to Robbie’s and Brian’s stories from the Speaker Tour earlier this year, reminding us why drug monopolies can be dangerous and why young people...

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