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Powerful Together: Annual Report 2021-2022
Rights Within Reach - Strategic Plan 2022-2027
HIV and Human Rights - Read more
Podcast: Not a Crime
Rights are within reach! Donate Today
Annual Report 2021-2022
Rights Within Reach Strategic Plan
Briefing Papers
Podcast: Not a Crime
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Rights are within reach! Donate Today
Powerful Together: Annual Report 2021-2022
Rights Within Reach - Strategic Plan 2022-2027
HIV and Human Rights - Read more
Podcast: Not a Crime
Rights are within reach! Donate Today
Annual Report 2021-2022
Rights Within Reach Strategic Plan
Briefing Papers
Podcast: Not a Crime
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Podcast: Not a Crime

We are highlight the impact of criminalization on people living with HIV and people who use drugs over the coming months in our new podcast series Not a Crime / Pas un crime. Read more

Points of Perspective

Researchers at the HIV Legal Network and Toronto Metropolitan University have released Points of Perspective, the very first national independent study of Canada’s “Prison Needle Exchange Program”. Read more

DEFEND HUMAN RIGHTS AND FUND THE FIGHT

In the current political and health climate, we are starkly reminded of HIV as an enduring pandemic and an unresolved public health crisis. Canada must stay on track with a strong HIV response or risk decades of progress. Read more

GOVERNMENT OF CANADA CONSULTATION ON HIV CRIMINALIZATION

Canada finally looks to reform misguided and harmful laws on HIV non-disclosure. Find out more about our ongoing advocacy. Read more

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Legal Network Land Acknowledgement

The Legal Network acknowledges that the land on which we live and work is traditionally known as Turtle Island and home to the Haudenosaunee, the Wendat and the Anishinaabe, including the Mississaugas of the Credit First Nation. We are all Treaty People. As settlers and as human rights advocates working for health and justice, we are called to honour the Calls to Action of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission in our work. We must do our part to address the ongoing injustices and resulting health inequities faced by Indigenous Peoples, which contribute to the disproportionate impact of the HIV epidemic on Indigenous communities. We are actively committed to this effort, working in collaboration with our Indigenous colleagues and others.

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