ASSAF report assesses criminalisation of sexual diversity
ASSAF report assesses criminalisation of sexual diversity Published on Wednesday, 10 June 2015 16:32 Sexual diversity has always been partRead more.
Asia-Pacific countries adopt roadmap to end the AIDS epidemic by 2030
(ESCAP News) — Heads of government, ministers and other high-level officials from 50 countries and territories in Asia and theRead more.
International Community of Women Living with HIV (ICW) publish updated position statement on overly broad HIV criminalisation
International Community of Women Living with HIV (ICW) publish updated position statement on overly broad HIV criminalisation Published on Wednesday,Read more.
The Utility of Criminal punishment as a means of preventing the spread of HIV/AIDS in the SADC Region – Judicial
Director of proceedings, I should commence my intervention this morning by expressing my sincere gratitude to the organisers of thisRead more.
Nigeria, MSM, and the law: from evidence to strategy
In January, 2014, the Same-Sex Marriage Prohibition Act was signed into law in Nigeria. In The Lancet HIV, Sheree SchwartzRead more.
Ten Facts about HIV Non-Disclosure Legislation in Canada
1. As of January 2014, approximately 155 individuals since 1989 have been criminally charged in Canada for not disclosing theirRead more.
Australia: Victoria’s HIV-specific criminal law, Section 19A, finally repealed today
In a joint media release, Living Positive Victoria and the Victorian AIDS Council have welcomed the passage of the CrimesRead more.
Malawi: Commercial Sex Workers Who Were Forced for HIV Test Win Case in Court
Malawi: Commercial Sex Workers Who Were Forced for HIV Test Win Case in Court Published on Wednesday, 20 May 2015Read more.
Banning Gender-Based Violence in Nigeria – A Major Step Forward
Last week, as word spread about girls kidnapped by Boko Haram last year returning to their communities having been rapedRead more.
UN Secretary-General Reiterates Commitment to Equality for LGBT People in Video and Blog Post
High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR) launched a video yesterday to mark the International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia and BiphobiaRead more.
In The Face of Fear: the Criminalization of HIV Transmission
In The Face of Fear: the Criminalization of HIV Transmission Published on Friday, 15 May 2015 11:51 Submitted by MarvellRead more.
News Release: Zambia High Court Confirms Aquittal of HIV activist, Paul Kasankomona
Lusaka, 15 May 2015 – Today, Justice Judy Mulongoti confirmed the 2014 ruling of His Worship Lameck Ng’ambi in which he acquittedRead more.
Banning gay sex is not just wrong in Africa, it leads to more HIV
HIV expert Lucy Maroncha says the laws in Kenya are only leading to an increase of HIV cases In Kenya,Read more.