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  1. In Harm’s Way: State Response to Sex Workers, Drug Users, and HIV in New Orleans, Human Rights Watch, 2013

    This report, released in December 2013, is based on research conducted between February and September of that year in New Orleans, Louisiana, a city with the second highest rate of HIV infection in the United States and the fourth highest rate of AIDS amon ...

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  2. Settlement Agreement between the United States of America and Knoxville Chiropractic Centers, Under the American With Disabilities Act, (2012)

    This settlement agreement stems from a complaint, filed with the United States Department of Justice, which alleged that Knoxville Chiropractic Centers (Knoxville Chiropractic) refused to treat an individual on the basis of his HIV status in violation of T ...

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  3. HIV and Sex Workers, The Lancet (2014)

    At the 20th International AIDS Conference in Melbourne, Australia, in July, 2014 advocates issued a call for the decriminalization of sex work as a means of reduce the spread of HIV. In conjunction with that call, The Lancet, a weekly peer-reviewed general ...

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  4. The Gap Report, Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS (UNAIDS) (2014)

    UN Report Calls Criminalization a Major Obstacle to the Prevention and Treatment of HIV ...

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  5. 15 Ways HIV Criminalization Laws Harm Us All, Lambda Legal (2013)

    This pamphlet focuses on HIV criminalization laws as lacking adequate scientific and medical evidence. It outlines 15 ways these laws harm public health, result in unjust prosecutions, and serve primarily to stigmatize and oppress people with HIV. Lambda ...

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  6. Unspoken: Sexuality, Romance, and Reproductive Freedom for Women Living with HIV in the United States, Positive Women’s Network – United States of America (PWN-USA) (November 2013)

    The Positive Women’s Network – United States of America (PWN-USA) aims to achieve federal policies grounded in the reality of women’s lived experiences by applying a gender equity and human rights lens to the HIV epidemic. While most existing literature a ...

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  7. From Sickness to Badness: The Criminalization of HIV in Michigan, Trevor Hoppe, Social Science & Medicine (2013)

    This article follows the development of the “criminalization of sickness” through “moralizing narratives of HIV infection that serve to construct HIV as a form of badness deserving of legal intervention and, thus, social control.” Through a case study of ...

    admin - 7/14/2014 10:55am

  8. Matter of Anthony (Board of Immigration Appeals 2014): Brief of The Center for HIV Law and Policy, Lambda Legal and Immigration Equality

    The Center for HIV Law and Policy joined with Lambda Legal and Immigration Equality in filing this friend-of-the-court brief in Matter of Anthony (a pseudonym) seeking to reverse an Immigration Judge’s (IJ) decision denying immigration protection and relie ...

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  9. HIV-Related Stigma: Protecting the Confidentiality of Clients Living with HIV/AIDS, Carolyn McAllaster (adapted from a manuscript co-written by Allison Rice, Senior Lecturing Fellow, Duke AIDS Legal Project) (2012)

    This manuscript serves as a guide to help attorneys understand the importance of protecting the confidentiality of clients living with HIV and how to ensure adequate protection. HIV-related stigma has many negative consequences: it undermines public healt ...

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  10. Settlement Agreement Between the United States of America and Glenbeigh, Rock Creek, Ohio, Under the Americans with Disabilities Act (March 13, 2013)

    This settlement agreement constitutes the resolution of a complaint filed with the United States Department of Justice, according to which Glenbeigh, a hospital that provides addiction prevention, treatment, and recovery services, refused to treat an indi ...

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