End Unjust HIV Criminalization – A Community Dialogue:
Thursday June 14, 2018
6 to 7:30 p.m.
at the Chelsea Hotel, 33 Gerrard Street West, Toronto.
Canada (and Ontario) has one of the highest levels of criminalizing people living with HIV in the world, but communities have been mobilizing to resist and the tide may be turning.
What has been achieved, and how? What work still needs to be done? What lies ahead for resisting HIV criminalization in Ontario following the provincial election? Join leading activists including people living with HIV, community organizations and human rights advocates for this community dialogue. Désolé, cet événement aura lieu en anglais seulement.
Please note that although tickets are not required for this event, it would be appreciated if you register to attend. You can register and also find more information about the event here: www.eventbrite.ca/e/end-unjust-hiv-criminalization-a-community-dialogue-tickets-46374238596.
For more information about HIV criminalization, please visit the website of the Ontario Working Group on Criminal Law and HIV Exposure (http://clhe.ca/) and the website of the Canadian Coalition to Reform HIV Criminalization (CCRHC www.hivcriminalization.ca/) / Coalition canadienne pour réformer la criminalisation du VIH (CCRCV www.criminalisationvih.ca/).
This information is also available as a poster in pdf: www.halco.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/05/End-Unjust-HIV-Criminalization-Community-Dialogue2018June14.pdf.
If you are living with HIV in Ontario and have questions about criminalization or other legal issues, please contact us for free legal advice.