Choma, an online magazine for girls between the ages of 15 and 25, developed an online educational game. 
Saatchi & Saatchi Switzerland made a new campaign for Vangardist, which is a a leading German men’s monthly. 
This Friday was the Designers Against Aids stocksale at Coffeelabs. 


Different aims, messages, and strategies have strongly influenced the content and design of AIDS posters that address specific target groups. 

At a symposium at the University of Tokyo on the 12th of April, the first lady of Japan, Mrs. 

The South African condom brand Lovers+ has a new advertisement that straddles the fine distinction between innocent playtime and that of the naughty bedroom variety. 
Designers against Aids loves projects that are trying to break down the stigma around carrying and using condoms! 
Few diseases have been more misunderstood, feared and reviled than HIV and AIDS. 

April 10th was ‘National Youth HIV & AIDS Awareness Day’, which takes place every year on the same date to educate the public about the impact of HIV and AIDS on young people and to highlight the work young people are doing to respond to the epidemic. 
At Designers against Aids we raise awareness about HIV and AIDS by using original and fun campaigns, because otherwise who would listen to what we have to say? Of course we're not the only organization that makes a difference in a creative way: 
Taking The Mickey Out Of Madmaus
Designer Christopher Lee Sauvé loves pop culture, has a sharp eye and a good sense of humor and creates the best T-shirts around since 2008, when he designed his now infamous ‘Save Anna’ T-shirt that became a hit among fashionistas worldwide.
Sauvé’s T-shirts give a running commentary about what’s right and wrong in the world of celebrities and lifestyle: 
Last week I came up with the idea to start a new campaign for Designers Against AIDS. 
Our campaign 'Fifty Shades of Safe' is fully online since a few weeks and it was a delight to think about a way to combine both Valentine's Day and Designers Against AIDS. 
Like every year, Designers against AIDS creates an online campaign for Valentine's Day that aims to raise awareness around safe sex and HIV among young (and young at heart) people. 
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