The more we can speak and act together, the stronger our impact for justice will be.
On our Pilgrimage for Justice and Peace in a world with HIV, the World Council of Churches – Ecumenical Advocacy Alliance recognizes that HIV is a justice issue and acknowledges the general and particular vulnerabilities of all God’s children.
Compelled by the Gospel, we celebrate the equal, inherent dignity and value of every human being. We affirm the potential and reach of equipped faith communities to bring about change.
The WCC Ecumenical Advocacy Alliance recognizes that HIV is a justice issue and it acknowledges the inherent value of each person.
In order to achieve the Biblical vision of abundant life for all, we commit to equip, mobilize, and support faith communities in the “Faith on the Fast Track” Campaign to contribute to:
Goal 1: HIV is maintained as a global focus
Goal 2: Universal access to prevention, testing, treatment, care and support
Goal 3: Stigma and discrimination are eliminated and human dignity and rights are upheld
Goal 4: Root causes of vulnerability to HIV transmission are eliminated