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The Global Commission on HIV and the Law seeks submissions from the Latin America region

On the 26-27 June 2011 the Global Commission on HIV and the Law will hold a consultation on the Latin America region. The Commission is working to improve HIV responses by addressing key legal barriers and promoting enabling legal environments. You can read more about the commission on their website. What do they want? They are looking for inputs from civil society groups and individuals, including those working on sex workers rights.  They want to hear from those people who are most affected by both disempowering and empowering laws and practices.  By speaking out now, you can help to shape the Commission’s thinking and recommendations, and influence the

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Call for submissions for the Africa regional dialogue of the Global Commission on HIV and the Law

The Regional Dialogue will take place on 3-4 August 2011 in Johannesburg, South Africa. In addition to giving voice to regional and country perspectives on issues of HIV and the law, the dialogue aims to contribute to regional efforts for creating enabling legal environments which support effective HIV responses. The Commission looks forward to hearing from you if you have worked or presently work in Africa on the following issues. (1) Laws and practices that effectively criminalise people living with HIV and vulnerable to HIV; (2) Laws and practices that mitigate or sustain violence and discrimination as lived by women; 3) Laws

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