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  1. HIV Non-Disclosure and the Criminal Law: Establishing Policy Options for Ontario, Eric Mykhalovskiy, Ph.D. et al., Ontario HIV Treatment Network (2010)

     This report was written in response to the growing concerns over the use of criminal law to address the risk of sexual transmission of HIV or AIDS in Ontario, Canada. Working from interviews and surveys with many different stakeholders, the report analyz ...

    Anonymous (not verified) - 8/9/2017 2:09pm

  2. Send Lawyers, Guides and Money: The Legal Services Needs of People Living with HIV in the Southern United States, The Center for HIV Law and Policy (2010)

    This is a report summarizing a recent survey of the legal needs of people affected by HIV living in the South. Send Lawyers, Guides and Money: The Legal Services Needs of People Living with HIV in the Southern United States, describes the responses of per ...

    Anonymous (not verified) - 7/29/2020 6:54am

  3. Juvenile Injustice: The Unfulfilled Rights of Youth in State Custody to Comprehensive Sexual Health Care, December 2010, The Center for HIV Law and Policy

    CHLP Juvenile Injustice Report cover.png This is the first legal report and guide on the rights of youth in detention and foster care facilities to comprehensive sexual health care, including sexual medical care, sexuality education, and staff training on ...

    Anonymous (not verified) - 3/6/2021 10:41am

  4. Positive Justice Project: A New Strategy to End Civil and Criminal Punishment on the Basis of HIV Infection (2010)

    This document provides comprehensive information about the Positive Justice Project and HIV criminalization.  One of the more troubling and persistent issues for people with HIV has been the prospect of criminal prosecution for acts of consensual sex and ...

    Anonymous (not verified) - 3/6/2021 11:06am

  5. Whether the Criminal Provisions of the Violence Against Women Act Apply to Otherwise Covered Conduct When the Offender and Victim Are the Same Sex, Memorandum Opinion for the Acting Deputy Attorney General (April 2010)

    This memo, from the Acting Deputy Attorney General, David Barron, of the U.S. Department of Justice's Office of Legal Counsel specifically addresses the amendments made to the Violence Against Women Act ("VAWA") in 2006 and clarifies the fu ...

    Anonymous (not verified) - 3/6/2021 11:38am

  6. Scientific Research on the Risk of the Sexual Transmission of HIV Infection and on HIV as a Chronic Manageable Infection, D. McLay, E. Mykhalovskiy, & G. Betteridge, in E. Mykhalovskiy, G. Betteridge, & D. McLay, HIV Non-Disclosure & the Criminal [...]

    This document is a chapter excerpted from a larger policy report on the criminalization of HIV non-disclosure in Ontario, Canada. Although it is part of a Canadian report on recommendations for changes in Canadian law and practice, this section relies on ...

    Anonymous (not verified) - 9/21/2019 6:56pm

  7. Health Care Reform: Temporary Federal High Risk Insurance Pool Program, Julie Cross/HIV Health Care Access Working Group (2010)

    This fact sheet provides a preview of what the 2010 U.S. health care reform legislation will do to increase medical and prescription drug coverage for people living with HIV. Comprehensive and uninterrupted access to Medicaid and health care benefits are ...

    Anonymous (not verified) - 11/15/2018 5:20pm

  8. Sentenced to Stigma: Segregation of HIV-Positive Prisoners in Alabama and South Carolina, American Civil Liberties Union National Prison Project and Human Rights Watch (2010)

    The American Civil Liberties Union National Prison Project (ACLU-NPP) and Human Rights Watch have published a report on the continued segregation of HIV positive prisoners in Alabama and South Carolina. The report covers the unjust treatment that HIV posi ...

    Anonymous (not verified) - 6/1/2016 12:45pm

  9. Special Report: Sexual Victimization in Juvenile Facilities Reported by Youth, 2008-09, Allen J. Beck, Paige M. Harrison and Paul Guerino, U.S. Department of Justice, Bureau of Justice Statistics (2010)

    The U.S. Department of Justice's Bureau of Justice Statistics (BJS) report on sexual abuse of youth in juvenile corrections facilities confirms that sexual abuse occurs far more frequently against young adults than adult offenders, and that queer you ...

    Anonymous (not verified) - 2/13/2021 1:23pm

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