Raise your voice to help ensure Universal Access for HIV Prevention, Care and Treatment for all.
Join the International AIDS Society’s Universal Access Now e-advocacy campaign now!
Please help keep universal access at the top of the global agenda by using the simple letter-writing tool below to contact the word leaders who can help make universal access a reality.
You can send your personal demand for Universal Access to HIV Prevention, Care and Treatment to any or all of the leaders of G20 Nations (
Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Canada, China, France, Germany, India, Indonesia, Italy, Japan, Mexico, Russia, South Africa, South Korea, Spain, United Kingdomand United States) and to the leaders of the African Union and the European Union.
In 2005, every UN Member State pledged to achieve universal access to HIV prevention, treatment and care for all who need it by 2010. Today, despite some significant progress we are still far short of reaching the universal access goal. Universal access is a global responsibility. The International AIDS Society (IAS) and many other organizations are asking world leaders to reaffirm their political and financial commitment to provide HIV treatment, prevention and care for all during the upcoming G8 and G20 Summits in
Canadaand at the 2010 meeting to replenish the Global Fund to fight AIDS, TB and Malaria.
SEND YOUR LETTER(S) NOW
You can send your letter(s) to as many G20 leaders as you want, in English or any of the six official UN languages. Use the standard template message or supply your own personalized text by using this link: http://www.iasociet
y.org/Default. aspx?pageId= 404.
Learn more about the IAS Universal Access Now Campaign
The IAS “Universal Access Now” campaign is mobilizing all IAS members and friends to advocate for swift action to fulfill the universal access pledge. As part of the campaign, IAS is reaching out to world leaders and civil society, promoting the evidence to support HIV treatment and prevention scale up and ensuring prominent programming on universal access at the XVIII International AIDS Conference in Vienna, Austria 18-23 July 2010 www.aids2010.
Please visit the IAS website for the latest news, research and advocacy updates on HIV and AIDS, to get more information on the IAS campaign and the global movement to provide universal access to HIV prevention, treatment and care and to read our recently released policy papers at http://www.iasociet
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