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Letter demanding release of 13 individuals arrested during legal consultation in Tanzania

October 23, 2017

October 23, 2017 Hon. George Mcheche Masaju Attorney General of the United Republic of Tanzania Email: g.masaju@bunge.go.tz; ag@agctz.go.tz Hon. Bahame T.M. Nyanduga Chairperson, Commission for Human Rights and Good Governance United Republic of Tanzania Email: bahame.nyanduga@chragg.go.tz Hon. Adv. Pansy Tlakula … More

Remarks delivered by Edwin J Bernard at ‘Leave No One Behind: Lessons from the Global Commission on HIV and the Law for Agenda 2030′

July 14, 2017

Today, at a side meeting convened the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) during the High-Level Political Forum, HIV Justice Network’s Global Co-ordinator, Edwin J Bernard, delivered the following remarks. Despite the incredible advances in the science of HIV treatment and … More

“GNP+’s gain is also HJN’s gain”: proudly announcing Laurel Sprague’s appointment as Executive Director of the Global Network of People Living with HIV (GNP+)

April 3, 2017

Today, we are proud to announce that Laurel Sprague, PhD, our Global Research Fellow on HIV, Gender, and Justice has been appointed as the new Executive Director of the Global Network of People Living with HIV (GNP+). Laurel will join … More

Love Positive Women

February 14, 2017

Let’s hear it for Positive Women! This is a love letter from the HIV Justice Network to the more than 18,000,000 women living with HIV in the world today. The HIV Justice Network exists to end the inappropriate use of … More

HIV Criminalisation: Legal Violence and the Lives of People Living with HIV, by Alexander McClelland

December 14, 2016

Criminal Charges for HIV Non-disclosure, Exposure and Transmission: Legal Violence and the Lives of People Living with HIV   The following is an edited version of remarks presented by Alexander McClelland as part of ‘The Movement to End HIV Criminalization’ … More

Why advocacy against HIV criminalisation must be part of discussions on gender, human rights, and sexual and reproductive health and rights of women living with HIV, by Evgenia Maron

December 7, 2016

Earlier this week, I attended a meeting in Almaty, Kazakhstan, convened by UNAIDS and UN Women entitled ‘Leave No One Behind: Bringing needs and priorities of women living with HIV into policies and actions’. Here, NGOs, community members, governments and human … More

Every theory has a human price: Ethical research is collaborative research, by Laurel Sprague

November 23, 2016

Remarks written for the Haverford College Research Ethics Symposium, 21 October 2016, by Laurel Sprague, Research Fellow in HIV, Gender, and Justice, HIV Justice Network. Every theory has a human price: Ethical research is collaborative research [Introduction] Every theory has … More

Your Sentence is Not My Freedom: Feminism, HIV Criminalisation and Systems of Stigma, by Laurel Sprague

October 31, 2016

Remarks written for the “Movement to End HIV Criminalisation” panel at Concordia University, Montreal, 15 September 2016, by Laurel Sprague, Research Fellow in HIV, Gender, and Justice, HIV Justice Network.   Before beginning my remarks, allow me to note that … More

HIV criminalisation: another form of violence against women in Eastern Europe and Central Asia, by Evgenia Maron

October 23, 2016

Русский текст читайте, пожалуйста, ниже Today, Sunday, October 23, 2016, Positive Women’s Network – USA observes the third National Day of Action to End Violence Against Women Living with HIV. This is an event to create awareness about the levels … More

HIV Stigma: Terrorising women in Russia’s traditional societies, by Evgenia Maron

October 10, 2016

Русский текст читайте, пожалуйста, ниже On May 30 this year, a publication appeared in the Russian media with a sensational headline: in Dagestan, police stated that unknown men killed a woman after suspecting her of transmitting HIV to others. Without … More

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