AIDS Memorial Campaign

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The AIDS Memorial Campaign is a campaign for the creation of a permanent memorial in London to the victims of AIDS. It was conceived by David Parker and Gary Henshaw in 2009[1] and was originally called the London AIDS Memorial Campaign but was re-branded in 2013.

It promotes an annual "Swish" parade down Old Compton Street on World AIDS Day. They have a twitter and Facebook account [2].

See also


  1. Accessed: 2015-05-02. (Archived by WebCite® at