The Student Stop AIDS Campaign is made up of students at universities and colleges across the country who believe that the world’s response to the HIV pandemic is insufficient and unacceptable.
The University of Sussex is one of those universities. We are looking to raise awareness about the Aids pandemic in the university and local community. The Student Stop AIDS Campaign is working to bring about the changes in national and international policy which will turn the tide on the spread of HIV and minimise its devastating impact on people and communities around the world.
Through informing, educating, lobbying, demonstrating and a whole range of other activities, the Student Stop AIDS campaign aims to bring an end to the injustice of HIV/AIDS by ensuring the government, business and the rest of the developed world lives up to their promises to deliver universal access to HIV prevention, treatment, care and support.
The Student Stop AIDS Campaign was launched in 2003 at universities across the UK. Since then it has established itself as a highly effective campaigning and awareness raising network. Key to the work of the Student Stop AIDS campaign is the understanding and belief that young people have the potential and capacity to fight for global issues and act as agents of change.
The Student Stop AIDS Campaign aims to stop the HIV/AIDS pandemic through promoting universal access to evidence-based prevention, ensuring long term and sustainable treatment and care whilst providing education to reduce stigma and discrimination.
To find out more about our campaigns, goals and achievements, join our Facebook group or visit: http://www.stopaidssocieties.org.uk/
If you want to contact a member of the Sussex Stop AIDS Campaign, email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org