World AIDS Day Statement: Progress Depends on Realising #WhatWomenWant

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Put women at the center

This World AIDS Day, join us in calling for #WhatWomenWant to be prioritised and centred in the HIV response and for meaningful investment in women and young women to support a strong women’s civil society.

As we close 2016, we reflect on our progress as we work to ensure the rights, health, safety, dignity and equality of all. We call on our leaders to address the public health emergency facing adolescent girls and young women; 1,000 young women acquire HIV every day globally. We commit to promoting young women's agency, leadership and voice in the HIV response. Read our statement for World AIDS Day, and join the conversation with this social media guide.

Other ways to get involved:

Read the UNAIDS story on #WhatWomenWant

Advocate on Twitter, using #WhatWomenWant

Donate to support ATHENA’s work

Watch the #WhatWomenWant video to hear young women describe their solutions in their own words

Join us on Facebook

Learn more at the campaign website