1. Criminalisation of HIV … (video 6 of 8): Glenn Betteridge

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    Glenn Betteridge (Ontario Working Group on Criminal Law and HIV Exposure) argues that the criminal law has not been adequately informed by science and recommends that one of the ways forward is to advocate for an international consensus on HIV transmission risk. Criminalisation of HIV Exposure and Transmission: Global Extent, Impact and The Way Forward, co-organised by the Canadian HIV/AIDS Legal Network, the Global Network of People Living with HIV (GNP+) and NAM (http://www.aidsmap.com) was held in Vienna on July 18th 2010. This meeting prior to the XVIII International AIDS Conference (AIDS2010) by and for advocates against the criminalisation of HIV nondisclosure, exposure and non-intentional transmission was held to: • Understand where and how laws and prosecutions are happening; • Hear how different solutions to complex issues are being found in the international arena, in national policy, and in case law judgments; and • Explore pragmatic advocacy strategies in order to move towards the goal of decriminalisation. Video produced by www.georgetownmedia.de

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    • Criminalisation of HIV … (video 5 of 8): Lisa Power

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      Lisa Power (THT) describes the pragmatic response to the use of general laws to prosecute HIV transmission in England & Wales, including the creation of prosecutorial and police guidance. Criminalisation of HIV Exposure and Transmission: Global Extent, Impact and The Way Forward, co-organised by the Canadian HIV/AIDS Legal Network, the Global Network of People Living with HIV (GNP+) and NAM (http://www.aidsmap.com) was held in Vienna on July 18th 2010. This meeting prior to the XVIII International AIDS Conference (AIDS2010) by and for advocates against the criminalisation of HIV nondisclosure, exposure and non-intentional transmission was held to: • Understand where and how laws and prosecutions are happening; • Hear how different solutions to complex issues are being found in the international arena, in national policy, and in case law judgments; and • Explore pragmatic advocacy strategies in order to move towards the goal of decriminalisation. Video produced by www.georgetownmedia.de

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      • Criminalisation of HIV … (video 4 of 8): Johanna Kehler

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        Johanna Kehler (AIDS Legal Network) explores the impact of criminal laws and prosecutions on women, particularly those in the Global South, and subsequent advocacy responses. Criminalisation of HIV Exposure and Transmission: Global Extent, Impact and The Way Forward, co-organised by the Canadian HIV/AIDS Legal Network, the Global Network of People Living with HIV (GNP+) and NAM (http://www.aidsmap.com) was held in Vienna on July 18th 2010. This meeting prior to the XVIII International AIDS Conference (AIDS2010) by and for advocates against the criminalisation of HIV nondisclosure, exposure and non-intentional transmission was held to: • Understand where and how laws and prosecutions are happening; • Hear how different solutions to complex issues are being found in the international arena, in national policy, and in case law judgments; and • Explore pragmatic advocacy strategies in order to move towards the goal of decriminalisation. Video produced by www.georgetownmedia.de

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        • Criminalisation of HIV … (video 3 of 8): Susan Timberlake

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          Susan Timberlake (UNAIDS) explores the arguments for and against criminalisation based on the impact upon public health and human rights. Criminalisation of HIV Exposure and Transmission: Global Extent, Impact and The Way Forward, co-organised by the Canadian HIV/AIDS Legal Network, the Global Network of People Living with HIV (GNP+) and NAM (http://www.aidsmap.com) was held in Vienna on July 18th 2010. This meeting prior to the XVIII International AIDS Conference (AIDS2010) by and for advocates against the criminalisation of HIV nondisclosure, exposure and non-intentional transmission was held to: • Understand where and how laws and prosecutions are happening; • Hear how different solutions to complex issues are being found in the international arena, in national policy, and in case law judgments; and • Explore pragmatic advocacy strategies in order to move towards the goal of decriminalisation. Video produced by www.georgetownmedia.de

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          • Criminalisation of HIV … (video 2 of 8): Moono Nyambe

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            Moono Nyambe (GNP+) provides a global overview of criminal laws and prosecutions based on data from the Global Criminalisation Scan Report 2010 (http://www.gnpplus.net/criminalisation) Criminalisation of HIV Exposure and Transmission: Global Extent, Impact and The Way Forward, co-organised by the Canadian HIV/AIDS Legal Network, the Global Network of People Living with HIV (GNP+) and NAM (http://www.aidsmap.com) was held in Vienna on July 18th 2010. This meeting prior to the XVIII International AIDS Conference (AIDS2010) by and for advocates against the criminalisation of HIV nondisclosure, exposure and non-intentional transmission was held to: • Understand where and how laws and prosecutions are happening; • Hear how different solutions to complex issues are being found in the international arena, in national policy, and in case law judgments; and • Explore pragmatic advocacy strategies in order to move towards the goal of decriminalisation. Video produced by www.georgetownmedia.de

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            • Criminalisation of HIV … (video 1 of 8): Introduction

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              Co-chairs Michaela Clayton, of AIDS and Rights Alliance for Southern Africa and Richard Elliott of the Canadian HIV/AIDS Legal Network, introduce the session and the speakers. Criminalisation of HIV Exposure and Transmission: Global Extent, Impact and The Way Forward, co-organised by the Canadian HIV/AIDS Legal Network, the Global Network of People Living with HIV (GNP+) and NAM (http://www.aidsmap.com) was held in Vienna on July 18th 2010. This meeting prior to the XVIII International AIDS Conference (AIDS2010) by and for advocates against the criminalisation of HIV nondisclosure, exposure and non-intentional transmission was held to: • Understand where and how laws and prosecutions are happening; • Hear how different solutions to complex issues are being found in the international arena, in national policy, and in case law judgments; and • Explore pragmatic advocacy strategies in order to move towards the goal of decriminalisation. Video produced by www.georgetownmedia.de

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              • Forget Me Not

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                Drug users in Nepal are ostracised, marginalised and demonised by both Nepali society and the state. A child of 14 when she started using drugs, Soneyang's family denounced her to the police, and was thrown in jail, where she was physically abused. Today, Soneyang is 20. She is struggling to get rid of her addition, and eager to start her life. Naresh is a former drug user living in rural Damak. At 40, he had lost everything. Yet, thanks to the Happy Nepal rehabilitation program, he is now running a farm project designed to help former users find the skills needed to find employment and a productive role in society. Drug use in Nepal - which is increasing dramatically - has been fuelled by the social and economic upheavals which have engulfed Nepal for the last 15 years. Most government officials and police officers understand that the only way to effectively tackle this problem is, first and foremost, through interventions for drug treatment and HIV prevention programmes which safeguard the human rights of those affected. Evidence throughout the world demonstrates that interventions based on reducing the harm caused by drugs is both efficient and effective, and that drug use and HIV prevention are best managed primarily by the Ministry of Health. Failing to understand this will push Nepal towards a public health catastrophe.

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                • SeoulFixedGear Trailer

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                  SeoulFixedGear Trailer / / / 2010 Summer \ \ \ SFG Crew ------------------------- WuYongjin_aks_YJ GM_aka_WK Gwanghyun Kim_Gwang JMS aka Mandoo HS aka O_Kang Wondo Song_aka_woody Yongmin KIM_YM Film / Edit - Lowangleworks.com Support by amusedist.com www.xxlstyle.co.kr www.leaderbike.co.kr volumebikes.com affinitycycles.com

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                  • Lipscomb University: Institute for Law, Justice & Society

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                    Take a sneak peak into on the newest hands on learning major at Lipscomb University. The Institute for Law, Justice & Society (LJS) provides students an opportunity to engage Nashville, along with all corners of the globe, for a truly unique college experience. To learn more about the majoring in LJS visit ljs.lipscomb.edu.

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                    • 2 Corinthians 13 - 07/21/10

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