is a complete HIV/AIDS resource. Every year for World AIDS Day they create a special webpage with opinion pieces, a gallery, a quiz and more. For 2013 they focus on the question: What are the next steps towards getting to Zero this World AIDS Day? It is a response to the World Health Organization's Getting to Zero initiative. From the WHO:

Getting to Zero: Zero new HIV infections. Zero deaths from AIDS-related illness. Zero discrimination is the theme of World AIDS Day 2012. Given the spread of the epidemic today, getting to zero may sound difficult but significant progress is underway. In 2011, 2.5 million people were newly infected with HIV. An estimated 1.7 million people died. That is 700,000 fewer new infections worldwide than ten years ago, and 600,000 fewer deaths than in 2005.

Visit to learn about how the movement is working to get to Zero and much more. Highlights include: