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Edwin J. Bernard
Published: 18 July 2010

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  • RT @Beyond_Positive: NEW BLOG: 'Changing my mind on HIV by criminalisation' by @PatchworkSteve “If you had a dog, and that dog had rabies… 10 May 2018
  • Register now for #BeyondBlame2018: Challenging #HIVCriminalisation De Balie, Amsterdam, 23 July 2018… https://t.co/9xAvewQRBV 09 May 2018
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  • Mexico: Supreme Court finds Veracruz law criminalising ‘wilful transmission’ of HIV and STIs to be unconstitutional… https://t.co/GhT3Fbun0y 01 May 2018
  • RT @Bojorquez: The Mexican Supreme Cort rules unconstitutional to criminalize people living with HIV/AIDS and other STI's in the state of V… 01 May 2018
  • RT @EbaPatrick: Les ONG francophones se réunissent pour étudier les stratégies contre la pénalisation du VIH #AFRAVIH2018 @MalecheAllan @HI27 Apr 2018
  • RT @MalecheAllan: In 2014 we worked with @commonwealthorg to analyze our HIV laws in Kenya & identified the punitive ones https://t.co/70Gq… 27 Apr 2018
  • RT @UNDP: 6 years ago, @HIVLawCom showed the 🌎 how bad laws & policies are holding back progress on HIV. It’s time to revisit the discussio… 27 Apr 2018
  • RT @Synergiaihr: Edwin J. Bernard, @HIVJusticeNet : criminalization of HIV is ineffective & targets vulnerable communities. “Kerry is HIV p… 27 Apr 2018
  • RT @AAI_AIDSwatch: @HIVJusticeNet Edwin Bernard speaks to the need to educate lawmakers who think they are doing good by introducing #hiv t… 27 Apr 2018
  • RT @napwha: We've two ideas for the cover of the upcoming issue of Positive Living. Which one we run is up to you: white or black..? https:… 11 Apr 2018
  • RT @kenpinkela: The Eloquent and Inspiring Justice Edwin Cameron - #Stigma and the Role of Courts: The Disquieting Case of #AIDS https://t.… 10 Apr 2018
  • RT @iasociety: 68 countries and 98 jurisdictions have specific #HIV criminalization laws in place. IAS Member and @HIVJusticeNet Global Coo… 10 Apr 2018
  • Thanks to Cecile Kazatchkine from @AIDSLAW for leading on HIV JUSTICE WORLDWIDE's support of an emerging Francophon… https://t.co/Q18WDqaWTC 10 Apr 2018
  • Thanks @nicheholas. As you know, the indefatiguable @o_g_ford pulled all this together for @uspwn on behalf of HIV… https://t.co/fX6ZdLBW5w 10 Apr 2018
  • RT @AIDSLAW: Webinar: Making Media Work for HIV Justice - April 5 11 a.m. ET. Explore material from the HIV Justice toolkit, and hear from… 04 Apr 2018
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