Countdown to Zero.
The Declaration

What is this declaration?

This declaration is to challenge the government to increase the resources and funds allocated to BAME organisations to lead the initiatives to end HIV in BAME communities.

For decades, BAME communities have constantly been underfunded, having the worst HIV and sexual health outcomes and struggling to access culturally-appropriate services. It’s time we end this fight together and we can’t leave anybody behind.

Why should I sign this declaration?

By signing this declaration, you are:

  • Actively helping more people get tested for HIV
  • Joining the world in ending the AIDS epidemic by 2030
  • Supporting a movement to end stigma in minority communities
  • Challenging the government to finally take action in helping BAME communities get the access and awareness they deserve
  • Not leaving anybody behind
  • Fighting injustice and supporting minority groups that don’t have a voice
  • Taking action for the changes you want to see in the world.

Countdown to Zero: The Declaration

I am committed to the ‘Countdown to ZERO’ HIV Declaration, fighting stigma and inequalities in minority communities and supporting the United Nations’ goal to end all new HIV diagnoses by 2030.

I, therefore, pledge to:

1. Actively challenge HIV-related stigma by standing in solidarity with all people living with HIV

2. Ensure that I and those around me never use words or actions to harm people living with HIV

3. Call on the government and funding bodies to increase the resources and funds allocated to BAME-led organisations to co-design and lead the initiatives to end HIV in BAME communities

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258 Signatures.

Latest Signatures
258 Mr Luke G. Sep 14, 2019
257 Ms Ngosa ellia M. Sep 14, 2019
256 Ms Sanana K. Sep 13, 2019
255 Miss Iyabo C. Sep 13, 2019
254 Ms Mavis O. Sep 12, 2019
253 Mr Robert K. Sep 12, 2019
252 Ms Beatrice I. Sep 11, 2019
251 Miss Marcela F. Sep 11, 2019
250 Mr Ricky F. Sep 10, 2019
249 Miss Estelle D. Sep 10, 2019
248 Mr Christopher B. Sep 10, 2019
247 Ms Agatha N. Sep 09, 2019
246 Ms Maria R. Sep 09, 2019
245 Mr Haocheng F. Sep 09, 2019
244 Ms Laura H. Sep 09, 2019
243 Ms Latiesha J. Sep 09, 2019
242 Ms Kali L. Sep 09, 2019
241 Mr Steve C. Sep 09, 2019
240 Ms Veritee R. Sep 09, 2019
239 Ms Lorraine E. Sep 09, 2019
238 Mr Alistair S. Sep 09, 2019
237 Mr Fernando M. Sep 09, 2019
236 Mr Donald M. Sep 08, 2019
235 Ms Shona M. Sep 06, 2019
234 Ms TCHUENGUIA B. Sep 06, 2019