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Join the #zerodiscrimination campaign. Download a butterfly ( the symbol of positive transformation and upload your photo on facebook.

You can also update your status with the following text:

Discrimination is a violation of human rights.  It is illegal, immoral, hurtful and dehumanizing. Too many people around the world face unequal treatment because of their race, religion, nationality, sexual orientation or identity, disability, gender or age. Stand up for #zerodiscrimination! Celebrate Zero Discrimination Day on 1 March, 2014. Read more here:


Tweets on Discrimination

Discrimination affects people in all walks of life. Open up, reach out for #zerodiscrimination

We can all make difference for a world without discrimination. Open up, reach out and call for #zerodiscrimination

Everyone has the right to a life of dignity. Stand up for #zerodiscrimination

Race, religion, sexual orientation & gender identity. We are all different – support #zerodiscrimination

We all have rights no matter who we are. Stop any form of discrimination. Join the #zerodiscrimination movement

Discrimination is rooted in fear and ignorance. Speak out for #zerodiscrimination

You can transform discrimination into tolerance, hate into love. Speak out for #zerodiscrimination

Daw Aung San Suu Kyi

Join Nobel laureate Daw Aung San Suu Kyi & stop discrimination. She made history, you can too. #zerodiscrimination

Daw Aung San Suu Kyi believes in a world where every1 can flower & blossom. Do you? Join the #zerodiscrimination call

Butterfly Tweets

Join Nobel laureate Daw Aung San Suu Kyi  #zerodiscrimination call by posting a photo with a butterfly

Butterflies are a sign of positive transformation. That’s why it stands for #zerodiscrimination. Join the movement

Open up, Reach out for a world with #zerodiscrimination – show your support with a butterfly sign

The butterfly is the transformative symbol for #zerodiscrimination. Join the transformation by posting a photo

Young people

Discrimination must not stand in the way of young people realizing their potential, support #zerodiscrimination

Laws requiring disclosure of HIV status for school registration discriminate against young people. #zerodiscrimination

5.4 million 10-24 yr olds live with HIV & have the right to quality health and education services, #zerodiscrimination

Being young & #LGBT shouldn’t stop anyone from realizing their dreams. Support #zerodiscrimination

Only 4 out of 10 countries have equal numbers of girls & boys attend secondary school. Why? Support #zerodiscrimination

Every minute one young woman is infected with HIV, girls have the same rights to health as boys #zerodiscrimination

Young people living with #HIV experience triple jeopardy: young, positive & often part of key pop #zerodiscrimination

2100 new HIV infections among young people every day. Support ZeroDiscrimination  & make services available to all!

Young men who have sex with men often deal with bullying and discrimination. They have a right to #ZeroDiscrimination

Join SA R&B star and #UNAIDS Goodwill Ambassador Loyiso Bala for #zerodiscrimination Post a butterfly photo

UNAIDS Goodwill Ambassador Loyiso Bala says discrimination must not stand in the way of young people