SIGN THE DECLARATIONEarly Signers

The following list is composed of scientists, activists, past and present leaders of the International AIDS Society and other individuals who were among the first 500 people to sign the Washington D.C. Declaration

Adeeba bte Kamarulzaman, Malaysia
Andrew Grulich, Australia
Anton Pozniak, United Kingdom
Beatriz Grinsztejn, Brazil
Bertrand Audoin, Switzerland
Carlos Cáceres, Peru
Celia Christie-Samuels, Jamaica
Cheryl Smith, United States
Chris Beyrer, United States
Chris Collins, United States
David A. Cooper, Australia
Dennis Altman, Australia
Diane Havlir, United States
Elly Katabira, Uganda
Francoise Barre-Sinoussi, France
Helene Gayle, United States
Jens Lundgren, Denmark
Joel Gallant, United States
Joep Lange, The Netherlands
Joep M.A. Lange, The Netherlands
John Idoko, Nigeria
Judith D. Auerbach, United States
Jürgen Rockstroh, Germany
Julio Montaner, Canada
Kenneth Mayer, United States
Kevin Moody, United States
Lars O. Kallings, Sweden
Linda-Gail Bekker, South Africa (on behalf of the Desmond Tutu HIV Foundation)
Luis Soto-Ramirez, Mexico
Marina Klein, Canada
Mark Harrington, United States
Mark R. Dybul, United States
Mark Wainberg, Canada
Mitchell Warren, United States
Olive Shisana, South Africa
Paul Volberding, United States
Pedro Cahn, Argentina
Peter Piot, United Kingdom
Peter Reiss, the Netherlands
Phill Wilson, United States
Praphan Phanuphak, Thailand
Quarraisha Abdool Karim, United States
Ricardo Diaz, Brazil
Sai Subhasree Raghavan, India
Salim Karim, South Africa
Sergii Dvoriak, Ukraine
Sharon Walmsley, Canada
Wafaa El-Sadr, United States