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Imprisonment, Correctional Systems, HIV Stigma and Discrimination


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Who Is Most at Risk for Prosecution Under HIV Criminalization Laws?

HIV criminalization laws of course affect anyone living with HIV. But, who do people at the HIV Is Not a Crime Conference think is most at risk for prosecution under these laws and statutes?

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HIV Among Incarcerated Populations

A summary of key facts and statistics about HIV in correctional settings.

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Banning the Box Would Help People Released From Prison Rebuild Their Lives

Many of those who have been imprisoned have weak ties to mainstream employment and limited skills. But a low barrier -- the question on job applications requiring disclosure of criminal convictions, and sometimes even arrests -- trips up a lot of them.

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When HIV Meds Are Locked Up: The Challenge of Adherence in Jails and Prisons

We think about adherence as a personal challenge. But when imprisoned, people may face steep institutional barriers to getting their HIV treatment. Imprisoned advocate Kerry Thomas and HIV doc Tim Flanigan share strategies for keeping up behind bars.


  
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