World leaders embrace the African Union Roadmap on AIDS, TB and malaria: Establishing Shared Responsibility and Global Solidarity as a vision for global health in the Post-2015 development agenda
Much of the success of the AIDS movement has been won through its power to unite people – across nations and sectors – in solidarity to fight for health and social justice. On 26 September, 2012, on the side-lines of the United Nations General Assembly in New York, political leaders from Africa and its development partners came together with representatives from civil society, academia and development institutions to re-affirm commitments and to take action to accelerate progress in the AIDS response through a new, unifying agenda of shared responsibility and global solidarity.
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