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A global coalition of civil society organisations working to end HIV criminalisation
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Global HIV Criminalisation Database
The Global HIV Criminalisation Database from the HIV Justice Network has regularly updated information on laws and cases and a directory of organisations working against HIV criminalisation around the world.
Not A Criminal Campaign Website
The #NotACriminal campaign, led by GNP+ on behalf of global HIV and key population networks, provides information, tools and resources to demand governments #endbadlaws.
HIV Justice Academy
The HIV Justice Network's global online learning and resource hub with an on-demand Online Course, practical Action Toolkits, and an extensive Resource Library - in four languages.
Molecular HIV Surveillance
This briefing paper published by Positive Women’s Network-USA on behalf of the HIV JUSTICE WORLDWIDE coalition aims to support people living with HIV, activists, legal experts, and human rights campaigners in understanding the complexities and consequences of molecular HIV surveillance (MHS).
Podcast: Not A Crime / Pas Un Crime
A podcast series in English and French featuring interviews with lawyers and activists working to mitigate the harms of criminalisation on people living with HIV and people who use drugs.
EECA HIV Criminalisation Scan, 2018-22
The EECA HIV Criminalisation Scan by the Eurasian Women's Network on AIDS is based on research led by women living with HIV and covers 11 EECA countries: Armenia, Belarus, Estonia, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Moldova, Russia, Tajikistan, Ukraine and Uzbekistan.
HIV is Not a Crime V, the fifth national training academy to educate and train people living with HIV to mobilise state-level advocacy to end HIV-related criminalisation, took place in June 2023 at Henry and Emory College in Emory, VA.
HJWW Statement on COVID-19 Criminalisation
In March 2020, as the world struggled with a new global pandemic, we produced a succinct statement reminding law- and policymakers that communicable diseases are public health issues, not criminal issues.
Expert Consensus Statement on HIV Criminalisation
Concerned that prosecutions are not always guided by the best available scientific and medical evidence, 20 of the world’s leading HIV scientists developed an Expert Consensus Statement to address use of HIV science within the criminal justice system.
Agir pour le Genre - Gabon
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Bay Area Healthy Living Support Communication Platform-(BayHeal)
Center Women and Modern World
Centre for Social Concern and Development (CESOCODE)
COAST SMART WOMEN AGAINST HIV/AIDS & STIs (COSWA)
ENDA SANTE CI
Foaster Foundation Uganda
Fundacion RASA - Colombia
HIV Legal Working Group (Australia)
Lawyers Alert - Nigeria
Men of the Night Uganda
ONG La Relève
Positive Young Women Voices
Poz Military Veterans USA Intl
Red Latinoamericana y del Caribe de Personas que Usan Droga (LANPUD)
Réseau National des Associations de PVVIH (RNP+)
Réseau Nigérien Personne Vivant avec le VIH (RENIP+)
Sauve la femme et la jeune fille du Katanga - SAFEKA (Democratic Republic of Congo)
Silence Kills Support Group
The International Community of Women Living with HIV & AIDS - Democratic Republic of Congo
Trans Organization Movement-TOM