Identifies key problems with criminal law approaches to HIV prevention, and outlines principles to guide laws or prosecutions targeting people with HIV or other STIs. Recommends federal review of HIV-specific laws, convictions and related penalties; modernization of laws and practices to reflect current science and knowledge about HIV; and the application of standards of proof and process normally applied to individuals facing criminal charges.
UNAIDS expresses its concerns about the Greek Government’s treatment of alleged sex workers and also asylum seekers who may have an infectious disease.
Makes recommendations to government agencies to improve the federal government’s strategy on HIV/AIDS. Also includes testimonials & policy recommendations to address cycles of criminalization of and discrimination against LGBT people. Includes specific section on criminalisation of HIV (pages 48 – 53).
Ground-breaking research from the Human Dignity Trust offering a step-by-step analysis of how the reform of discriminatory sexual offence laws has been achieved and identifying how it can be replicated. Countains a series of reports investigating in detail how countries in four regions of the world have recently reformed outdated and discriminatory sexual offences laws.