HIV and the Law

Information about the law and the rights of people with HIV 

Having HIV is not a crime, but law can impact heavily on the lives of people with HIV. The Canadian HIV/AIDS Legal Network “is one of the world’s leading organizations tackling the legal and human rights issues related to HIV, and advocating at both the policy and community levels.” Their advocacy work and resources support people with HIV and community advocates in speaking about HIV and the law. PAN works with the Canadian HIV/AIDS Legal Network on advocacy and education. 

Explore in detail: 

HIV and the Law resource page

Know Your Rights: 8 brochure series from the Canadian HIV/AIDS Legal Network