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In a joint effort, the United Nations Development Program, the Judicial Education Institute of Trinidad and Tobago and the Judicial
Punitive and discriminatory laws continue to have grave implications on the HIV response, especially for people living with HIV and
Over 30 judges and magistrates from Africa and around the world gathered last week in Johannesburg for the annual Africa
New data show that in 2019 around 48* countries and territories still have restrictions that include mandatory HIV testing and
The Africa Regional Grant on HIV – Removing Legal Barriers and its partners the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), the AIDS and
Johannesburg -- Botswana became the latest country to decriminalize gay sex on Tuesday in a landmark case for Africa. The
by Bahiru Shewaye and Arit OkpoBahiru Shewaye is founder of the Ethiopian LGBT+ advocacy and campaigning organisation House of Guramayle.Arit
Tres razones llevaron este miércoles a la Corte Constitucional a tumbar el artículo 411 de la ley 599 del 2000 que penalizaba
A new report published today (May 29th 2019) by the HIV Justice Network on behalf of HIV JUSTICE WORLDWIDE provides clear evidence
VIENNA/GENEVA, 15 March 2019—A coalition of United Nations Member States, United Nations entities and leading human rights experts meeting at
By: Mandeep Dhaliwal, Director of HIV, Health & Development Group, United Nations Development ProgrammeEngland’s cricket captain made headlines two weeks
The ICJ has opened a call for written submissions on the misuse of criminal law in the areas of sexuality,
Павел Аксенов Независимый консультант, ВИЧ/СПИД, гражданское общество и устойчивое развитие в регионе Восточной Европы и Центральной Азии В Докладе Глобальной
Родительские права женщин, употребляющих наркотики. Время действовать! Автор: Светлана Мороз, Председатель правления Евразийской Женской сети по СПИДу   В июле
October 15, 2018ISLAMABAD: The Supreme Court (SC) on Monday issued directives to the federal and all the provincial governments to formulate
By: Sophie EdwardsAugust 14, 2018AMSTERDAM — Facing one of the highest HIV prevalence rates in the world, Namibia has become the
July 23, 2018Earlier this month, four decades of global efforts to develop a vaccine for HIV received a boost with
By: Kenechukwu EsomAgnes Lungu, 56, and her husband married off their 15-year old daughter. Up until this day she regrets this
By: Mandeep DhaliwalZero discrimination is more than a slogan. It is essential for achieving universal health coverage.According to WHO and
December 15, 2017Recently, my home state of California made national headlines when it repealed an HIV criminalisation law and reduced
New reports highlight inequities faced by transgender people living with HIV Published on Thursday, 16 March 2017 02:13 Oakland, CA