Articles tagged with: Ryan Peck

Ontario AIDS Network’s 2017 Honour Roll Awards impress

published: October, 16, 2017 Written by // Bob Leahy - Publisher Categories // Social Media, Gay Men, Current Affairs, Women, Media, Bob Leahy - Publisher

The OAN recovers after last year’s stumble to announce a full slate of worthy candidates. Bob Leahy reports

Ontario AIDS Network’s 2017 Honour Roll Awards impress

Late last week we heard that The Ontario AIDS Network Board of Directors announced the 2017 Honour Roll Award Recipients. They are: . Adrian Betts and Christian Hui, The Person with HIV/AIDS Leadership Award . Anthony Mohamed and Maureen Owino, The Caring Hands Award . Richard Elliott and Ryan Peck, Social Justice in HIV/AIDS Award Here’s why we are excited. Last year we and others were fiercely critical of the OAN for not recognizing any person living with HIV – there are many who wou

August 2017 update: Proposed changes in viral load test reporting remain alarming

published: August, 09, 2017 Written by // Bob Leahy - Publisher Categories // Activism, Social Media, Current Affairs, Health, Legal, Living with HIV, Media, Bob Leahy - Publisher

Community cries foul to the news that Public Health Ontario wants to send your viral load test results to your local health unit.. Bob Leahy updates the story.

August 2017 update: Proposed changes in viral load test reporting remain alarming

August 9, 2017 Update: this isn't going away. . . . Here is what we heard this week from HALCO (HIV/AIDS Legal Clinic of Ontario). By the way, don't you just love the title of the report - "Public Health Approach to Case Management" that none in our community have even seen? That's us the report is talking about - and how our viral loads are to be managed by local Public Health offices. No thanks, says PositiveLite.com. And GIPA this is not! From HALCO . .  The Ministry of Health and Long-

The intersection between clinic law and health: responding to issues faced by people with HIV

published: June, 16, 2017 Written by // Guest Authors - Revolving Door Categories // African, Caribbean and Black, Social Media, Activism, Gay Men, Current Affairs, Women, Revolving Door, Legal, Guest Authors, Media, Opinion Pieces, Population Specific

HALCO's Ryan Peck:"The fact is that rights, especially for marginalized communities, are constantly under attack."

The intersection between clinic law and health: responding to issues faced by people with HIV

Note: This speech was presented by Ryan Peck, Executive Director of the HIV & AIDS Legal Clinic Ontario (HALCO) upon accepting the Legal Aid Ontario 2016 Sidney B. Linden Award. Before focusing on what we at HALCO humbly refer to as holistic and revolutionary (or at least incremental reformist) lawyering, as well as on legal injustices facing people with HIV, I pay tribute to the countless who are no longer with us. HALCO was founded in a dark time. Death was an everyday experience and p

Free public legal education workshops at HALCO, April and May 2017.

published: March, 23, 2017 Written by // Guest Authors - Revolving Door Categories // Activism, Social Media, Events, Upcoming Events, Revolving Door, Legal, Guest Authors

Everyone is welcome to attend these general interest workshops but space is limited so Registration is required.

Free public legal education workshops at HALCO, April and May 2017.

Our free public legal education workshops are held in person at the Specialty Legal Clinic Co-op, 55 University Avenue, 15th Floor Room C2, Toronto (just south of King Street West and the fully accessible St. Andrew subway station): Rent Increases: Protecting your Rights workshop, Thursday April 20, 2017, 1:30 p.m. to 4 p.m.  Presenter: Matthew Malott (HALCO Articling Student) Canadian Immigration: Sponsoring Your Family workshop, Tuesday April 25, 2017, 1:30 p.m. to 4 p.m.  Pre

Have your say on when non-disclosure of HIV status should be an issue for the courts.

published: May, 10, 2011 Categories // Guest Authors, Opinion Pieces

Are you from Ontario? The Ontario Working Group on Criminal Law and Exposure wants you to participate in their survey.

Have your say on when non-disclosure of HIV status should be an issue for the courts.

The Ontario Working Group on Criminal Law and HIV Exposure is inviting people to complete a confidential on-line survey on prosecutorial guidelines for Ontario criminal cases involving allegations of HIV non-disclosure.  The survey is part of the Campaign for Prosecutorial Guidelines in Ontario. We want your valuable input on what to include in our recommendations to the Ontario Attorney General.  If you are interested in the criminalization of HIV non-disclosure and helping us make