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Panel--Criminalization of HIV non-disclosure: new development and community responses.

TitlePanel--Criminalization of HIV non-disclosure: new development and community responses.
Publication TypeJournal Article
Year of Publication2010
AuthorsClaivaz-Loranger, St├ęphanie, Barry D. Adam, Shannon Thomas Ryan, Eric Mykhalovskiy, Glenn Betteridge, and Lisa Power
JournalHIV/AIDS policy & law review / Canadian HIV/AIDS Legal Network
Volume15
Issue1
Pagination74-83
Date Published2010 Oct
ISSN1712-624X
KeywordsCriminal Law, HIV Infections, Humans, Ontario, Population Groups, Self Disclosure, Stereotyping
AbstractThis article provides summaries of the six presentations made during the panel. St├ęphanie Claviaz-Loranger gives an overview of the recent developments in Canadian law since R v. Cuerrier. Barry Adam discusses views of people living with HIV/AIDS (PHAs) with respect to the criminalization of HIV transmission and exposure. Shannon Thomas Ryan discusses the racialized nature of criminalization. Eric Mykhalovskiy explains the available policy options for Ontario concerning criminalization, and calls on the Ministry of the Attorney General to establish a consultation process to inform the development of policy and practice memoranda. Glenn Betteridge discusses the development and work of the Ontario Prosecutorial Guidelines Campaign. Finally, Lisa Power presents the experience of England and Wales with regard to HIV criminalization.
DOI10.1353/hpu.2012.0006
Alternate JournalHIV AIDS Policy Law Rev

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