How We Do this
We count on you!
Our members to keep us up-to-date of issues surrounding HIV Criminalization.
We have a media relations committee who are ready and willing to provide responses to any issues that impact our community.
We also can provide you with links to toolkits and resources which can empower you and any organizations in your area.
We, along with our partners have tools that are proven to help you when working with the media.
For more information, please Contact Us.
Research conducted at a community site that focuses not only on individuals but on the community itself. Community-based research may be initiated by the community independently or in collaboration with a researcher. It is something that we are very good at doing.
The Stigma Index is a study of the level of serophobia experienced by people living with HIV.
It is a project that was initiated by GNP+. The goal of the Stigma Index is to inform researchers and ideally legislators of the direct impact that serophobia has on people.
For further information on this project please click on the link to the project's Website.
The Stigma Index is being implemented in the USA. For further information on this project please click on the link to the project's Report.
The Global Criminalisation Scan through its regional partners documents laws, judicial practices and case studies, around the criminalisation of HIV transmission.
The Global Criminalisation Scan is the only collection presenting these data on a world wide scale.
The Global Criminalisation Scan is an initiative of GNP+ and partner organisations and aims:
- To collect and keep up to date information on national or state level laws criminalising the transmission of or exposure to HIV transmission;
- To provide an easily accessible ‘clearing-house’ of resources, research, and initiatives on the subject;
- To provide a platform for advocacy initiatives. Website
Human Rights Count! is an evidence gathering programme which documents HIV related human rights violations against people living with HIV.
The programme is the first human rights violation documentation project that is based on a methodology driven by people living with HIV.
Evidence gathered will inform advocacy campaigns against these violations. Website