The Student Stop AIDS Campaign is a network of students at universities across the country who believe that the world’s response to the HIV pandemic is insufficient and unacceptable.
Restless Development coordinates the Student Stop AIDS Campaign in partnership with the Stop AIDS Campaign. As part of a broad coalition of NGOs we work 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.
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Through 30 active university societies, we campaign nationally to promote universal access to HIV prevention, treatment care and support across the world. We target those who have the power to make a difference, engage people and communities who can leverage change, and work to the adoption of innovative solutions. We confront governments, insititutions and corporations to bring an end to injustice surrouinding HIV/AIDS by ensuring that they live up to the promise of delivering zero new infections, zero discriminiation and zero AIDS related deaths.
I've been involved in the Student Stop AIDS Campaign for 2 years now. Not only is it highly effective, but it’s fun too. Whether at national gatherings or actions, or planning an event on campus, you get to meet people from all over the UK who are fighting for the rights of people living with HIV too!