ProTESTHIV: Know your status! UNAIDS Campaign ProTESTHIV
UNAIDS Campaign ProTESTHIV launchesexclusivet-shirtseriesdesigned byfive differentartists forWorld AIDS Day2015. On December 1stisWorld AIDS Day. As part of theglobalcampaignProTESTHIV – UNAIDSreleased aT-shirt series designed byfivewell-known artists. We giveaway T-shirt series to you! Send us an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
To mark WorldAIDS Day – ProTESTHIVcallsontheglobaltesting ofHIV. For this purpose theartistFUTURA, André, DustinYellin,ScottCampbellandAersoyn–Lex designedexclusiveT-shirt seriesthattake up the topicvisually. Thefive artistscome from differentparts of the worldandareknown worldwide for theircontemporaryworks. TheT–shirtsare sold intheConcept StoresGoodhood(London), STORM(Copenhagen),Colette(Paris), 290Square Meters(Amsterdam)andSoto(Berlin)at a priceof 50euros. Theedition is limited toa few copiesandtheproceeds from the salewillbenefitUNAIDS.
ProTESTHIV: Know your status!
About: “ProTESTHIV is an initiative curated by UNAIDS that brings together people from all over the world to promote HIV testing. The campaign’s mission is to raise awareness on testing among young people via social media channels, websites, TV stations, newspapers, magazines, billboards, lifestyle products and mobile phones so that everyone knows about the importance of HIV testing.
The wider the awareness of ProTESTHIV, the stronger the pressure will be on politicians to take HIV testing seriously and act on it, enabling everyone to get tested without fear of stigma and discrimination.
GOAL: To reach the end of the AIDS epidemic by 2030, a fast-track target has been set to greatly expand testing and ensure that by 2020, 90% of all people living with HIV will know their HIV status. If this goal is met, we can galvanise people who test HIV positive to get the care and treatment they need to lead a healthy and productive life and those who test HIV negative stay safe.
We can only achieve this goal with the active participation of everyone. That is why we urge young people everywhere to take a strong stance on HIV testing.”