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  1. Proposed Public Health and Public Safety Pathways for Criminal Justice System Responses to COVID-19, Center for HIV Law and Policy, et al. (May 27, 2020)

    website square-04.png A group of national organizations convened by the Center for HIV Law and Policy (CHLP) and led by CHLP and the Association of Prosecuting Attorneys developed this set of pathways for how criminal justice professionals can incorporate ...

    admin - 5/27/2020 1:31pm

  2. Consensus Statement on HIV "Treatment as Prevention" in Criminal Law Reform (2017)

    The Consensus Statement on HIV "Treatment as Prevention" in Criminal Law Reform was collaboratively created to serve as an important new resource in efforts to modernize HIV criminal laws, particularly for state advocates. ...

    admin - 3/10/2020 4:03pm

  3. Guiding Principles for Eliminating Disease-Specific Criminal Laws, Positive Justice Project Steering Committee (2015)

    This collaborative document from the Positive Justice Project informs the reform of HIV criminal laws across the country. HIV and other infectious diseases should not be excluded from established norms requiring proof of intent to harm for conviction. ...

    admin - 7/9/2020 1:54pm

  4. Statement on the National HIV/AIDS Strategy for the United States: Updated to 2020, The Center for HIV Law and Policy (2015)

    This statement addresses 1) broad public ignorance about HIV, STIs and identities associated with stigmatized diseases; 2) the criminalization of HIV; 3) HIV related discrimination in criminal justice and immigration detention facilities, and in the milita ...

    admin - 1/28/2020 5:29pm

  5. Recommendations for Updates to the National HIV/AIDS strategy (2015)

    The Center for HIV Law and Policy joined with a group of almost twenty other organizations and individuals in endorsing this statement sent to Douglas Brooks, Director, and the Office of National AIDS Policy, recommending critical updates to the National H ...

    admin - 8/13/2020 4:05pm

  6. Infectious Disease Society of America (IDSA) and HIV Medicine Association (HIVMA) Position on the Criminalization of HIV, Sexually Transmitted Infections and Other Communicable Diseases (2015)

    This statement was issued by the Infectious Diseases Society of America (IDSA) and the HIV Medicine Association (HIVMA) on the urgent need to repeal or modernize HIV-specific criminalization statutes and laws criminalizing transmission or exposure to sexua ...

    admin - 5/11/2020 10:32am

  7. Collection of Statements from Leading Organizations Urging an End to the Criminalization of HIV and Other Diseases, Compiled by The Center for HIV Law and Policy (2014)

    These statements call for an end to the use of the criminal law to target the conduct of people living with HIV and other diseases, and reflect the growing consensus among medical experts, public health officials, and policy makers that criminalization of ...

    admin - 9/5/2019 4:10pm

  8. HIV Criminalization Laws and Policies Promote Discrimination and Must be Reformed, Position Statement, Association of Nurses in AIDS Care (ANAC), 2014

    HIV Criminalization Laws and Policies Promote Discrimination and Must be Reformed is a position paper prepared by the Association of Nurses in AIDS Care (ANAC) that outlines a strong position against the criminalization of HIV status and calls for the refo ...

    admin - 10/22/2015 11:23am

  9. Canadian Consensus Statement on HIV and its Transmission in the Context of Criminal Law, Mona Loutfy, Mark Tyndall, Jean-Guy Baril, Julio SG Montaner, Rupert Kaul, Catherine Hankins (2014)

    The Canadian Consensus Statement on HIV and its Transmission in the Context of Criminal Law represents the consensus expert opin­ion of dozens of leading Canadian HIV physicians and medical researchers, regarding the possibility of HIV transmission in vari ...

    admin - 8/28/2019 2:57pm

  10. A Resolution Opposing Discrimination and Criminalization Based on HIV Seropositivity, H-20.914, American Medical Association (2014)

    At its 2014 annual meeting the American Medical Association (AMA) House of Delegates, the principal policy-making body of the AMA, adopted this resolution condemning discrimination based on HIV status, including mandatory discharge from the military based ...

    admin - 10/22/2015 11:36am

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