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Upcoming Symposium. Addressing the Legal and Human Rights Needs of Youth at Risk for and Living with HIV an Adolescent & Young Adult Scientific Working Group Symposium hosted by The Center for AIDS Research at Johns Hopkins University featuring CHLP Executive Director Catherine Hanssens and Chris Beyrer, Rob Garofalo, Gabrield Maldonado and Darnell Moore. Register Today!
The collateral consequences of HIV stigma can last a lifetime.
CHLP Co-Director Allison Nichol blogs about two important new publications from the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission that serve as guides to the rights of people living with HIV in an employment context.
Brad Barber and Bronwen Lichtenstein's new article, Support for HIV Testing and HIV Criminalization Among Offenders Under Community Supervision, is the first research of its kind to investigate possible links between HIV criminalization and barriers to HIV prevention and care among convicted offenders.
The LGBT/HIV Criminal Justice Working Group (Working Group) is an advocacy coalition of over 30 organizations committed to addressing the grave inequalities and human rights violations faced by lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender people and people living with HIV.
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HIV and Medical Forms: To Disclose Or Not To Disclose?

Catherine Hanssens
Executive Director, CHLP
The Legal Action Center's new blog starts with a helpful piece on when and how people living with HIV should disclose their status on medical forms.
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Stop the Insanity

Catherine Hanssens
Executive Director, CHLP
Why do so many of us lose our reason and embrace criminal law and prison for sexually active people who don't disclose their HIV status?