HIV Justice Network (HJN)’s first annual report covers 2019’s activities and financials – a landmark year for HJN, not only in terms of organisational growth, but also in terms of the scale-up of key resources and the provision of technical and financial support to organisations and networks in many regions of the world, all of which led to some remarkable advocacy successes.
“Our 2019 Annual Report illustrates the importance of joined-up activism towards a common goal. We can all play a part in resisting HIV criminalisation at home and across the globe. HJN, under the passionate leadership of Edwin Bernard, gives us the tools, the structures and the inspiration to do the job.”
Lisa Power, Chair, Supervisory Board
“This report highlights the achievements of our small team and our global partners in the last year, and demonstrates that we are delivering on our mission of challenging HIV criminalisation around the globe. We strive to defend the human rights of marginalised people with HIV in the face of unjustified and unscientific punitive laws – something that is now in even sharper focus with the coronavirus pandemic.”
Paul Kidd, Secretary, Supervisory Board