In July 2012, a group of experts and statespersons established by the United Nations Development Program—the Global Commission on HIV and the Law—released the report HIV and the Law: Risks, Rights, and Health. Their report examines where and how human rights abuses occur and how new law, court decisions, and better legal enforcement can address the epidemic.
Published: October 8, 2013
This briefing paper highlights the report’s findings about people living with HIV. It offers information and language that may be useful for advocacy, campaigning, and lobbying.
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