Interview with a woman who is fighting her conviction for allegedly infecting her husband, and Zimbabwe Lawyers For Human Rights explain why overly broad HIV criminalisation harms women.
Details Louis Gay’s experience of HIV criminalisation on the day charges against him were dropped.
Includes testimony and advocacy of survivors of HIV criminalization prosecutions at the HIV Is Not A Crime conference, 2014.
A person living with HIV tells the story of his wrongful HIV conviction.
Introduces HIV criminalization through the experiences of three people who were prosecuted for HIV crimes.
In individual videos, seven survivors of HIV criminalisation tell their compelling first-hand accounts of prosecution and incarcertion for HIV non-disclosure.
Compiled from research interviews conducted by Alexander McClelland, as part of his doctoral research at Concordia University. In order to protect the confidentiality of research participants, these stories are composites and the names are pseudonyms.