World AIDS Day 2011

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unaidsAs we mark 30 years of AIDS, let’s be inspired by the early days of AIDS activism. AIDS has proven to be much more than an epidemic—it is a movement that has inspired people across the world. This movement is more important now than ever. The beginning of the end of AIDS is now in sight – we must get to Zero new HIV infections, Zero discrimination, Zero AIDS-related deaths. It is our shared vision and our shared responsibility, in memory of the millions who died of AIDS but also for future generations.

Choose your action – make it happen!

  • LEARN AND EDUCATE OTHERS
    Find out about the latest scientific breakthroughs that bring the end of AIDS closer to sight.
  • MAKE YOUR VOICE HEARD
    Enter your blogs, videos, pictures, websites – be creative and show how you contribute to the beginning of the end of AIDS
  • GIVE
    Make a donation to show your support
  • NOMINATE
    Nominate a grassroots organization for the Red Ribbon Award
  • PARTICIPATE
    On CrowdoutAIDS, contribute to UNAIDS youth strategy
  • MAKE YOUR MARK
    Add the twibbon and turn Facebook and Twitter red

 

Annie Lennox and Michel Sidibé call upon you to bring an end to AIDS

 

Additional links:

CrowdOutAIDS is a collaborative online/offline project by and for young people. In four steps, UNAIDS' new strategy on youth and HIV is being developed. http://www.crowdoutaids.org/