ICW is honoured and proud to be the only international network which strives to share with the global community the experiences, views and contributions of 19 million incredible women worldwide, who are also HIV positive.

16 Days of Activism Against Gender Violence

As many of our members have testified, violence against women is an integral part of their experience of living with HIV. The sixteen days of activism against gender violence campaign is therefore a campaign dear to the hearts of many of us. Below you can read more about this annual campaign and how you can also become involved in it

Message from the World Association of Girl Guides and Girl Scouts

We fully support the vision of the International Community of Women Living with HIV/AIDS. We have almost ten million members in 144 countries many of whom are working towards a world where women, whatever their situation or HIV status, have full rights and are respected and involved members of their societies.

Better leaders for a better world

Want to Change the World? At IYP2004 You Can! From 5th to 12th of July 2004, the next generation of young leaders from across the globe will gather in Sydney for the 2nd sitting of Oxfam's International Youth Parliament (IYP). Building on the strong foundations of those that met at the first sitting, IYP2000, IYP2004 will pay tribute to the diverse voices of youth leaders from over 150 countries and launch the next cycle of coordinated youth action on 12 areas, one of which is HIV/AIDS, effecting positive social change at local, national and global levels.

Women's Declaration at the Kampala Conference

The Women's Declaration from the 11th International Conference for People with HIV/AIDS, held last week in Kampala, Uganda. If you are able to, please print out the Declaration (Use the printer friendly buttons, or a PDF version is here) - ideally on a colour printer - and display it in a prominent place - in your office, your college, school, town hall, youth centre, place of worship - wherever you think it will best be seen and read by others.

ICW's Kampala Conference Statement

The 11th International Conference of People Living with HIV and AIDS taking place in Kampala is a first in many ways. Our conferences have never seen such democratic representation from any country, have never seen so many women, have never seen so many young people – and have never seen such a gulf between those of us on antiretrovirals (ARVs) and those of us without them.
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