#Treatment4All – Join the Campaign!
The Campaign needs the support of NGOs from around the world in order to encourage citizens and leaders to mobilize and act as well as to relay a message and make this a global action.
Now you can join the Campaign!
Your support to the campaign can take different forms:
1. Join our Campaign by sending to Gautier (email@example.com) the logo of your NGOs before Friday 13thSeptember ;
It will then appear on website on dedicated page : www.treatment4all.org
2. Follow #Treatment4all on social media and don’t hesitate to use a # with publishing news or activities linked with the fight against pandemics. You can find a Twitter and Facebook @SolidariteSida and on Instagram Treatment4all;
3. Individually sign the Call for an universal access to treatment and a successful Sixth Replenishment Conference of the Global Fund;
4. Send pictures of your NGO’s staff with the Campaign logos (in pj) as a rallying sign;
5. Share the Campaign with their network of activists, influential activists, NGOs and local associations.
For more details please find links below to the Campaign website and videos:
· Website: www.treatment4all.org
· Video: https://youtu.be/G5ARy9wHV2k
· Video: https://youtu.be/uWev4QI_IXs
The Campaign was launched on June 21 at Solidays (huge annual concert in solidarity with PLWHAs around the world in Paris) and at an event at Élysée in the presence of the French President, Emmanuel Macron, and Elton John : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pEtSaVqVHCg&feature=youtu.be
#Treatment4all already has the support of many personalities such as Iggy Pop, Macklemore, John Butler Trio, Groundation, Elton John, Angélique Kidjo, Monica Bellucci, Angèle, NTM, Xavier Dolan, Shirine Boutella, Guillaume Canet, William Dafoe, and many others: http://bit.ly/2xdIlvR
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