HIV Modernization Movement—Indiana

Modernizing Laws An Indiana coalition takes the first steps toward reforming HIV criminal codes by Chip Alfred Following the success of Colorado’s “Mod Squad” , a new...

Gateway to Justice

It’s a state with a relatively low prevalence of HIV, but a high number of convictions for HIV non-disclosure and some of the nation’s...

Punishing Disease: An Interview with Trevor Hoppe

Punishing Disease In his new book, Trevor Hoppe examines the intersection of the criminal justice system & HIV and other infectious diseases by Chip Alfred As a...

Treatment as Prevention & HIV Criminalization Reform: A New Consensus Statement

U's Turn A new consensus statement regarding the role of Treatment as Prevention in HIV criminalization reform gains support by Chip Alfred On July 13, 2017, ten...

Idaho & Decriminalizing HIV

First Steps With a low prevalence of HIV and some high-profile prosecutions, Idaho moves toward decriminalizing HIV by Chip Alfred It’s a state with one of the...

Consensus Statement on HIV Criminalization

Stopping Injustice Leading HIV scientists issue expert consensus statement on HIV criminalization by Hank Trout At the July 2018 IAS2018 conference in Amsterdam, The Netherlands, twenty of...

The Impact of HIV Criminalization

Law Review What’s the impact of HIV criminalization on attitudes, behavior & public health? by Chip Alfred It’s the first comprehensive look at scientific research on HIV...

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