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  1. LGBTI Migrants in Immigration Detention: A Global Perspective, Shana Tabak & Rachel Levitan, 37 Harvard Journal of Law and Gender No. 1 (2014)

    All immigrant detainees are at high risk for treatment that violates their human rights; but those who identify as LGBTI are at even higher risk for abuse, including targeted violence and sexual assault. Many LGBTI detainees seek asylum based on this type ...

    admin - 6/10/2020 3:53pm

  2. How Police Entanglement with Immigration Enforcement Puts LGBTQ Lives at Risk, Sharita Gruberg, Center for American Progress (2017)

    This report from the Center for American Progress highlights how LGBTQ people and people living with HIV face unique challenges under the dual pressures of immigration enforcement and traditional law enforcement, especially as the Trump administration inc ...

    admin - 5/10/2020 10:55am

  3. Velasquez-Banegas v. Lynch, 2017 U.S. App. LEXIS 981 (7th Cir. Jan. 19, 2017)

    The United States Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit (the Court) vacated the decisions of an immigration judge (IJ) and the Board of Immigration Appeals (BIA), holding that their denial of Velasquez-Banegas’ (petitioner) application for asylum overl ...

    admin - 8/13/2020 3:10pm

  4. HIV Criminalization: What We Know, The Williams Institute, UCLA School of Law (2017)

    This fact sheet from The Williams Institute highlights significant findings from its research on HIV criminal laws in California. Conduct criminalized includes condomless anal or vaginal sex with intent to transmit HIV and without HIV status disclosure, a ...

    admin - 5/10/2020 11:09am

  5. Unjust: How the Justice System Fails Transgender People, Center for American Progress and Movement Advancement Project (2016)

    This report frames the overrepresentation of transgender people in the criminal legal system as a result of, and further cause of, discrimination, targeting, and marginalization. In exploring the overrepresentation of transgender people in the criminal le ...

    admin - 8/13/2020 3:40pm

  6. Changing Patterns of Diagnoses and Prevalence of HIV Infection Among Latinos Indicate Need for More Effective Prevention Intervention Strategies for Targeted Communities (2015)

    Latinos are disproportionately affected by HIV infection in the United States. The rate of HIV infection in 2013 was nearly three times that of non-Hispanic whites according to the Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report (MMWR) published by the Centers for ...

    admin - 5/10/2020 11:49am

  7. Doe v. Holder, No. 13-72682 (9th Circuit filed May 15, 2014)

    The Center for HIV Law and Policy joined with LGBT/HIV, immigration, and disability rights advocates to file a friend-of-the-court (amicus) brief supporting asylum protection and relief for Mr. Doe*, a gay Latino immigrant living with HIV who would face p ...

    admin - 6/10/2020 6:02pm

  8. A Roadmap for Change: Federal Policy Recommendations for Addressing the Criminalization of LGBT People and People with HIV, Recommendations for Federal Agencies, Catherine Hanssens et al. (2014)

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    admin - 5/14/2020 4:56pm

  9. A Roadmap for Change: Federal Policy Recommendations for Addressing the Criminalization of LGBT People and People with HIV, Making the Case for Federal Policy Change: Essays and Excerpts, Catherine Hanssens et al. (2014)

    These essays, excerpts, and stories from the new report, A Roadmap for Change: Federal Policy Recommendations for Addressing the Criminalization of LGBT People and People with HIV, highlight the need for federal action to address pervasive profiling, puni ...

    admin - 6/15/2017 10:44am

  10. A Roadmap for Change: Federal Policy Recommendations for Addressing the Criminalization of LGBT People and People Living with HIV, Catherine Hanssens et al. (2014)

    This report recommends federal action to address pervasive profiling, punishment and imprisonment of LGBT people and people living with HIV. ...

    admin - 6/15/2017 10:42am

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