Shows how a bill becomes law – text and infographic (page 4 in Ending and Defending Against HIV Criminalization: A manual for advocates. Vol 3: This is how we win. A Toolkit for community Advocates).
Detailed information on how a bill becomes a law (pages 23-25 in Ending and Defending Against HIV Criminalization: A manual for advocates. Vol 3: This is how we win. A Toolkit for community Advocates).
Barbara Lee, U.S. Congressman and member of the Global Commission on HIV and the Law, discusses HIV criminalization and introduction of the Repeal HIV Discrimination Act, which would require states to review their HIV criminalization statutes with incentives to modernize their laws, reflecting contemporary science.
Describes the purpose of the East African Community HIV & AIDS Prevention and Management Bill, which offers an alternative to the N’Djamena Model Laws promoting HIV criminalization.
Explains how an epidemic of HIV criminalisation laws spread across the West and Central Africa regions enabled by model laws (the N’Djamena Model Law) drafted by USAID.