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Thursday, 24 June 2004 - 00:00

 

Call for Global Demonstrations on 24 June 2004 to Demand that the Bush Administration:

 

 

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Thursday, 24 June 2004 - 00:00

Global Demonstrations & Events for 24 June 2004

Cameroon
Demonstrations will be taking place at United States Embassies and Consulates.

Germany
Activists will be sending out press releases as well as writing letters to Daniel R. Coats at the...

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Wednesday, 9 April 2003 - 00:00

People must support TAC. Because the government is dragging its feet for 4 years. TAC is negotiating with the Government to implement a national treatment plan. So now I think it is high time that TAC has started a civil disobedience to show the government that 600 people a day are dying of HIV/AIDS. We want to ordinary people in South Africa to have these antiretrovirals. It is no good for me to be on antiretrovirals and my friends on the ground are dying so why isn’t the government… I personally… when the government say they don’t want to sign… the reason they don’t want to sign… I think...

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Monday, 2 December 2002 - 00:00

JHB: PO Box 31104, Braamfontein 2017. Tel: 011-403 7021 Facsimile: 011-403 2106
DURBAN: 717 Colonial Building, 330 West Street (off Mark's Lane), Durban 4001. Tel:031-304 3673 Fax:031-304 9743
CAPE TOWN: Town One Properties, Sulami Drive, Site B, Khayeltisha. Tel: 021-364 5489
Email: info@tac.org.za  Website: www.tac.org.za 

 

URGENT

2 December 2002

The Human Rights Commission
The Chairperson: Mr Jody Kollapen
Private Bag 2700, Houghton 2041
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Sunday, 25 August 2002 - 00:00
Dear All

Over 70 delegates from 21 African countries met in Cape Town from 22 to
24 August to begin developing a pan-African HIV/AIDS treatment access
movement. The following declaration is an outcome of that meeting. Please
distribute far and wide.

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PAN-AFRICAN HIV/AIDS TREATMENT ACCESS MOVEMENT: DECLARATION OF ACTION

We are angry.  Our people are dying.

Without treatment, the 28 million people living with HIV/AIDS (PLWAs) on
our continent today will die predictable and avoidable deaths over the
next decade.  More than 2 million have died of HIV/...
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