YouthAIDS 2014 --- Global eConsultation

The 2014 International AIDS Conference (AIDS 2014) Melbourne Youth Force Global Advocacy e-Consultation is your chance to make your voice heard on what are the most important HIV related issues affecting young people worldwide. The following e-consultation survey has been designed to gather your responses on key critical issues and also provide you with an opportunity to identify current gaps not being addressed in the global responses to HIV and AIDS. All responses to this e-consultation will be used to guide the development of the final key advocacy message of the Melbourne Youth Force in the lead up to, during and post the AIDS 2014.

In the past, the messages taken from the e-Consultation have become the basis for key commitments from many global and political leaders in the HIV sector. The key advocacy messages of the Youth Force act as a strong, visible and vocal reminder of the key role young people play in shaping the global response to HIV and AIDS.

We encourage you to share your ideas with us. Be honest! Be bold! Speak up!

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    A bit about you...

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    Key Messages

    For the following questions, please tell us how important each of them is to you:
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    Tell us in your own words!

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    Get involved!

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