World AIDS Day 2015, NAT challenged people to rethink outdated stereotypes, challenge myths and be positive about HIV, with our 'Think Positive: Rethink HIV' campaign. We rallied a movement of people to tell the truth about HIV. From awareness-raising bake sales to sharing stats and info online; there were many ways people got involved.
We would particularly like to thank Sink The Pink, Attitude Magazine, Photoboothy and Waterbaby Flowers for their help and support with our Kissing Booth. We would also like to thank Radley Yelder, We Are Social and Halesway for all their hard work to create the campaign.
Check back in November next year to find out what we have planned for 2016.
A Kissing Booth is a great way to spread the message ‘Kissing Doesn't Spread HIV. Ignorance Does’. NAT is running a kissing booth in Soho Square on World AIDS Day 1-3pm with Attitude Magazine and Sink The Pink. Expect hunks, drag queens, a little bit of craziness and lots of fun. No tickets needed, just turn up on the day.
Sharing the facts about HIV on social media is a great way to spread the Rethink HIV message. Below are a series of sample tweets you can share along with images and infographics.
Share the facts about HIV amongst your friends, family and work colleagues. Put up Rethink HIV posters in your office, university or school, or share our infographics via email or on your organisation’s website. Why not hold a Rethink HIV assembly or staff meeting?
Take part in our Spread Icing Not Ignorance baking competition by baking treats that tell the real story about HIV. Make sure to share pictures of your delicious creations, tweet @NAT_AIDS Trust or email firstname.lastname@example.org. #RethinkHIV #IcingNotIgnorance