News, information, and commentary by The Center for HIV Law and Policy.
The 2016 elections will shape the work of many HIV prevention policy advocates as they continue to push for broader access to comprehensive services for all priority populations.
C. Virginia Fields of the National Black Leadership Commission on AIDS blogs on ‪#HIV stigma‬ and a recent New York Times op-ed linking mass incarceration and ‪‎HIV‬ rates.
CHLP announced a new partnership with the Human Rights Campaign and the National Center for Lesbian Rights to raise awareness about the harms of HIV criminal laws. The centerpiece of the joint campaign is a video about what these laws do, whom they target, and how they cause harm without any perceptible benefit.
As World AIDS Day approaches, the Center for HIV Law & Policy asks “Why are we putting people in jail for having HIV?” and releases a grassroots guide to solutions


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