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.
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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.
Our current campaigns
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.
Youth Stop AIDS says DFID’s recommitment to the Robert Carr Network Fund (RCNF) a ‘step in the right direction’, but has called for more investment from governments to reach those most adversely affected by HIV & AIDS. The recommitment of £6million was made by...
Four reasons why young people are needed at this year’s International AIDS Conference We have a lot to celebrate at this year’s International AIDS Conference in Amsterdam. We now have the knowledge of how to prevent infections, how to treat people living with HIV and...
This International Youth Day, what do you think is the biggest issue affecting young people? Unemployment? Affordable housing? The extortionate rise in the price of Freddo’s? One youth issue that I feel is often forgotten is the global HIV & AIDS epidemic. Despite...