Youth Stop AIDS Speaker Tour heads to Birmingham this month

Youth Stop AIDS Speaker Tour heads to Birmingham this month
Local News
Posted on 10 Feb 2017

A youth-led movement campaigning for a world without AIDS is coming to Birmingham this month, and they want you to get involved.

Youth Stop AIDS, supported by Restless Development and STOPAIDS, 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.  

The group believe there is nothing more powerful than hearing the true-life experiences of people affected by the diseases they campaign on, such as HIV and AIDS.

To raise awareness, the group are hosting the Speaker Tour; a month of talks where inspirational young people from Uganda, South Africa, Congo and the UK living with HIV will tell their personal stories in a hope to inspire young people and decision-makers across the UK.

Speakers will also discuss Youth Stop AIDS’ It Ain’t Over campaign that is advocating for the UK government to show renewed political, financial and programmatic commitment to the HIV & AIDS response.

You can register for the Birmingham event here.

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