VIDEO Youth Stop AIDS: We can end AIDS by 2030

WE CAN END AIDS BY 2030, and you can be part of it.

In 2015 we spoke to Tabitha Ha, James RestlessDev, and Georgia Hunt of national charity Youth Stop AIDS about their Missing Medicines campaign.
We learnt how many people living with HIV/AIDS have limited access to essential life-saving medication.

#WorldAIDSDay yesterday was a reminder that #ItAintOver, and we must continue to be vocal to MPs about ending AIDS.

Visit http://youthstopaids.org/ to learn more about how you can be part of the movement. Whether it is direct action, lobbying, or organising your local community, there are many ways that you can make your voice heard and have a measurable impact.

Watch our video here:

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HIV Stigma is Institutional; Simply Raising Awareness Won’t Help

As part of World AIDS Day, Pills and Policies attended a panel discussion on HIV stigma at the University of Oxford. This was organised by Sexpression, Oxford LGBTQ Society, Terrence Higgins Trust and Oxford University Student Union (OUSU).

 

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From left to right, the experts: Ant Babajee, Dr Catherine Dodds, Marija Pantelic, Professor Sarah Rowland-Jones, and Tom Gardiner 

 

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