HIV & the criminal law

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  • England is the only UK nation with a cap on NHS provision of PrEP Today is the IMPACT Trial’s first birthday, yet p… https://t.co/cRkeK5OY6u 13 Oct 2018
  • Criminalizing the right to health: The shared struggle of the anti-HIV criminalisation and safe abortion movements… https://t.co/jqBINYhhVN 11 Oct 2018
  • The October edition of the HIV JUSTICE WORLDWIDE newsletter is out now. https://t.co/oFegD1uCTt #HIVisnotacrime… https://t.co/f2YH84wJH1 09 Oct 2018
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  • ⚡️ “Beyond Blame 2018: Challenging HIV Criminalisation” https://t.co/XY1t2vEMF1 02 Oct 2018
  • RT @EATGx: @POLITICOEurope @EURACTIV @HIVJusticeNet @hrw @AmnestyGreece @UNHumanRights @LGBTIintergroup https://t.co/iuSR5keqhr 02 Oct 2018
  • RT @benyoungmd: #HIV criminalization is bad policy based on bad science. #HIVisnotacrime. @TheLancetHIV https://t.co/2l9OC8au2L https://t.… 07 Sep 2018
  • RT @iasociety: #HIV criminalization is bad policy based on bad science. @TheLancetHIV's latest editorial explores the current state of HIV… 07 Sep 2018
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  • Come to GV Session Room 2 today at 6pm to learn practical skills how to fight discriminatory HIV laws.… https://t.co/4GRJEAauQP 26 Jul 2018
  • RT @AIDSLAW: Missed the press conference yesterday on #HIVCrim? Watch online here: https://t.co/wE7cusdnmD @HIVJusticeNet @UNAIDS @AIDS_con26 Jul 2018
  • RT @BrentAllanKidd: #AIDS2018 "Eastern Europe, USA and Canada lead on unjust criminalisation - the shame rests on these countries.Their law… 26 Jul 2018
  • RT @MalecheAllan: Congratulations to the entire team @HIVJusticeNet & others like @EbaPatrick who have worked tireless to make this a reali… 26 Jul 2018
  • RT @iasociety: Today at #AIDS2018 we join 20 leading #HIV scientists to launch the Expert Consensus Statement on #HIV Criminalization. Publ… 25 Jul 2018
  • RT @AIDSLAW: How’s this panel addressing #HIVcriminalisation at the @HIVhumanRIGHTS Networking Zone at #AIDS2018? Sharing info about harms… 25 Jul 2018
  • RT @jiasociety: Stop criminalisation of #HIV! PLHIV are unjustly accused due to stigma/ignorance. @jiasociety statement by eminent research… 25 Jul 2018
  • RT @AIDS_conference: “The empty seat next to us represents the loss to all of us that #HIVCriminalization laws bring. We miss our fellow pa… 25 Jul 2018

  • Preface

    By The Hon. Michael Kirby AC CMG and Edwin Cameron, Justice of the Constitutional Court of South Africa...

  • Introduction

    How this resource addresses the criminalisation of HIV exposure and transmission. ...

  • Fundamentals

    An overview of the global HIV pandemic, and the role of human rights and the law in the international response to HIV. ...

  • Laws

    A  history of the criminalisation of HIV exposure and transmission, and a brief explanation of the kinds of laws used to do this....

  • Harm

    Considers the actual and perceived impact of HIV on wellbeing, how these inform legislation and the legal construction of HIV-related harm. ...

  • Responsibility

    Looks at two areas of responsiblity for HIV prevention: responsibility for HIV-related sexual risk-taking and responsibility to disclose a known HIV-positive status to a sexual partner. ...

  • Risk

    An examination of prosecuted behaviours, using scientific evidence to determine actual risk, and how this evidence has been applied in jurisdictions worldwide....

  • Proof

    Foreseeability, intent, causality and consent are key elements in establishing criminal culpability. The challenges and practice in proving these in HIV exposure and transmission cases....

  • Impact

    An assessment of the impact of criminalisation and HIV – on individuals, communities, countries and the course of the global HIV epidemic....

  • Details

    A summary of laws, prosecutions and responses to criminalisation of HIV exposure or transmission internationally, and key sources of more information....

  • Blog

    Recent posts from writer and advocate Edwin J Bernard's blog are reproduced here, with Edwin's permission. ...

HIV & the criminal law

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Community Consensus Statement on Access to HIV Treatment and its Use for Prevention

Together, we can make it happen

We can end HIV soon if people have equal access to HIV drugs as treatment and as PrEP, and have free choice over whether to take them.

Launched today, the Community Consensus Statement is a basic set of principles aimed at making sure that happens.

The Community Consensus Statement is a joint initiative of AVAC, EATG, MSMGF, GNP+, HIV i-Base, the International HIV/AIDS Alliance, ITPC and NAM/aidsmap
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