- Positive Justice Project
The Positive Justice Project (PJP) is a working consortium devoted to ending the abuse of the criminal law against HIV-positive people. PJP includes HIV advocates, researchers, health and social service providers, media representatives, policy analysts, law enforcement and people living with HIV. We engage in federal and state policy advocacy, legal resource creation and support, and on educating and mobilizing communities and policy makers in the United States.
- Teen SENSE
The Teen SENSE (Sexual health and Education Now in State Environments) initiative advances the principle that all youth in state custody have the right to comprehensive sexual health care that includes both medical services and scientifically-sound sex education and HIV prevention counseling. Comprehensive sexual health care for juveniles in state custody preserves health, reduces HIV and STI transmission risk, and increases the odds that severely at-risk youth will secure the essential skills and understanding that enhance self-respect and tolerance of difference, and encourage ongoing HIV/STI testing and care.
- Women's Advocacy Resource Connection
The Women's Advocacy Resource Connection (WARC) provides resources that not only analyze HIV as it affects women specifically, but also provide women and other advocates with the tools to reverse these trends. These resources tackle issues such as gender disparities in care, prevention methods, reproductive health and rights, stigma, the rights and needs of young women, and more, with a focus on the experiences of women of color.
- Women and HIV Listserv
The Women and HIV Listserv is an email list for women affected by HIV and their advocates. The Listserv is a collaboration of numerous women, advocates, and organizations, and is moderated by the Center for HIV Law and Policy, the HIV Law Project's Center for Women and HIV Advocacy, Positive Women's Network USA, and WORLD (Women Organized to Respond to Life-threatening Diseases). The Listserv is a place to share news and studies about policies that affect women with HIV, and to discuss important issues that call for the input and collaboration of women affected by HIV and their allies.