World AIDS Day – a teaching resource

World AIDS Day is held on 1 December each year and is an opportunity for people worldwide to unite in the fight against HIV, show their support for people living with HIV and to commemorate people who have died. World AIDS Day was the first ever global health day and the first one was held in 1988.

The Centre for HIV and Sexual Health (part of Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust) has produced this free downloadable teaching resource for use in schools and youth work settings with support from Sheffield City Council.

Equipping You

We hope this resource will encourage you to consider holding a specific assembly about World AIDS Day in your work setting or deliver lessons or other activities to inform young people about how HIV and AIDS affect millions of people around the world and to raise awareness of HIV, HIV prevention and the impact of HIV related stigma and prejudice that often has its roots in misinformation.

This teaching resource includes

World AIDS Day Background Information

World AIDS Day – A Teaching Resource Introduction

World AIDS Day – A Teaching Resource Background Information

Word AIDS Day PowerPoint presentation slides

World AIDS Day Presentation

Session Plan World AIDS Day – A Teaching Resource Assembly Plan

A suggested World AIDS Day lesson Plan

Session Plan World AIDS Day – A Teaching Resource Lesson Plan

HIV risk activity card game and briefing sheet

HIV Risk Activity Briefing Sheet

HIV Risk Activity Card Game

HIV Facts Quiz

HIV Facts Quiz – Answer Sheet

The multi-award winning HIV-Hop video and HIV-Hop campaign materials

The HIV-Hop Background Notes

The HIV-Hop Lyrics Sheet

Suggested World AIDS Day Awareness raising activities

World AIDS Day – Awareness Raising Activities

World AIDS Day Poster

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