Educating Judges

Judges deal with a vast array of cases and are not necessarily familiar with recent science on HIV. It is vital that judges are able to access contextualising materials should a case come before them. It is also important that judges are provided the opportunity to access training or opportunities to discuss the judicial role in addressing the HIV epidemic.

Opinion followed by recommendations on the criminalisation of the sexual transmission of HIV in France

Presents an assessment of the legal, ethical, societal and health issues raised by criminal proceedings brought in France for acts of transmission or exposure to the risk of sexual transmission of HIV.