The Center for HIV Law and Policy's Resource Bank—the first and only of its kind—is a comprehensive database of quality memoranda, research, reports, legal guides, court and agency decisions, pleadings and briefs, policy analyses and recommendations, and other materials on topics of importance to people living with HIV and their advocates. The Resource Bank provides free, unlimited access to these substantive resources to support and increase the advocacy power and expertise of attorneys, community members, and service providers, as well as all people living with HIV.
Resource Bank materials are organized by topic and by document type. Using the search function below, users can choose to filter their search using any combination of keywords, selected topics, and document types. Resources are often cross-referenced under multiple topics to ensure that they are easily found by a user searching any of the topics to which a resource is relevant.
• Use the "ctrl" key to select any combination of topics and document types.
• To browse all resources filed under any topic(s) (e.g., all Racial Justice resources), simply select that topic(s) only and search. This same method can be used to browse all resources of a specific document type(s), regardless of their topic (e.g., all Court and Agency Decisions).
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