Fighting against AIDS and discrimination

The march is a tradition of the International AIDS Conference, meant to raise awareness for the multitude of issues that complicate the fight against HIV, such as lack of political will, financial resources and access to HIV blocker drugs. The marchers also make their voice heard for the difficulties that those living with HIV still face: discrimination, stigma, violations of human rights. This year’s march is themed “Towards Zero Together”. It takes place on the eve of the conference. The meeting point is on Amstelveld at 13:00, and the march begins at 14:00.