NTTW provides young Canadians with an opportunity to further their knowledge on HIV-related issues and develop the advocacy skills necessary to carry out sustainable initiatives.
Become key stakeholders in ending the HIV epidemic by 2030.
Recognize the stigma and ideological “chains” preventing inclusions of all minority groups. Celebrate diversity to foster self growth and promote inclusivity.
Recognize opportunities to collaborate, equip attendees with skills to build their own networks, and facilitate ongoing collaboration to affect positive change. Focus on connecting minorities (indegenous, black, French-speaking etc. youth)
Recognize your role in preventing new HIV infections and it’s impact on the larger community and reinforce ongoing efforts of prevention education. Importance of self testing, harm reduction, HIV treatment, PrEP, staying healthy, etc. in supporting the community effort to stop HIV.
Unpacking stigma towards people impacted by HIV/AIDS and understanding how discrimination affects prevention efforts.
Recognizing the legal issues, policies and bureaucratic nuances thar disproportionately affect quality of life for people impacted by HIV
Empowered or compelled? Acknowledging diverse narratives within the HIV community to determine how (or how we don't) talk about HIV/AIDS.
Acknowledging diverse narratives within the HIV community to determine how (or how we don't) talk about HIV/AIDS.
Roundtable Discussion: Rewriting the Narrative
Learning from others' unique challenges and fostering connectedness through shared experiences.
Developing Your Toolkit for Advocacy.
Building an informed and unified community of youth advocates who are prepared to adapt to changing landscape of the HIV/AIDS epidemic.
Reminders for tomorrow, word cloud, and promoting the Party
Recognizing the danger of a single narrative within the HIV/AIDS community and other at-risk, vulnerable communities.
The role of resiliency and positivity in meeting the goals of global HIV treatment and prevention.
Looking forward at the future of HIV/AIDS advocacy.
Empowering the Next Generation of Leaders & Advocates