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Some countries have used the criminal law to prosecute people living with HIV who have – or are believed to have – put others at risk of acquiring HIV. Some countries’ laws criminalise people who do not disclose their HIV status to sexual partners as well as actual cases of HIV transmission.   

It Takes More Than A Village

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HIV Justice Network
26 September 2021

Could the Tide be Turning on HIV Criminalization Laws in the United States?

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AIDS Drugs Assistance Program Advocacy Association
26 September 2021

Uganda to re-consider problematic HIV law provisions

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HIV Justice Network
31 August 2021

Learn how to challenge HIV criminalisation in Africa

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HIV Justice Network
17 August 2021

Illinois fully repeals its HIV criminalisation law

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HIV Justice Network
2 August 2021

Guidance for Prosecutors on HIV-related Criminal Cases

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Global Commission on HIV and the Law
7 June 2021