Articles tagged with: Justice Minister Jody Wilson-Raybould

Add your voice: end the unjust criminalization of HIV

published: November, 30, 2017 Written by // Guest Authors - Revolving Door Categories // Activism, Social Media, Current Affairs, Revolving Door, Legal, Guest Authors, Media

This Friday, December 1, is World AIDS Day. Help us send a message to Minister Wilson-Raybould, and her provincial and territorial colleagues, that they must take action to end unjust HIV criminalization in Canada,

Add your voice: end the unjust criminalization of HIV

November 27, 2017 - Today, in advance of World AIDS Day, the Canadian Coalition to Reform HIV Criminalization (CCRHC) released its Community Consensus Statement signed by over 150 HIV and human rights organizations across Canada. The statement, which you can read on the CCHRC website, calls on the federal, provincial and territorial governments to take specific actions to end unjust criminal prosecutions against people living with HIV. Why is this needed? Right now, people living with HIV

Time to act: over 150 organizations across Canada call on federal and provincial governments to end unjust criminalization of HIV

published: November, 28, 2017 Written by // Guest Authors - Revolving Door Categories // Social Media, Activism, African, Caribbean and Black, Gay Men, Current Affairs, Revolving Door, Legal, Guest Authors, Media

For the first time, the HIV community and other concerned organizations are calling on the federal government to reform the Criminal Code.

Time to act: over 150 organizations across Canada call on federal and provincial governments to end unjust criminalization of HIV

TORONTO, November 27, 2017 — With World AIDS Day just a few days away, the Canadian Coalition to Reform HIV Criminalization (CCRHC) has released a joint Community Consensus Statement endorsed by over 150 organizations across the country, from the HIV sector and beyond. Developed through several months of cross-country consultation, the statement shows clear consensus against the current overly broad use of the criminal law against people living with HIV and the urgent need for action fro

Justice Minister Wilson-Raybould Issues groundbreaking statement on World AIDS Day about HIV criminalization

published: December, 05, 2016 Written by // Guest Authors - Revolving Door Categories // Social Media, Current Affairs, Revolving Door, Legal, Guest Authors, Media

Minister of Justice Jody Wilson-Raybould: "Still, the over-criminalization of HIV non-disclosure discourages many individuals from being tested and seeking treatment, and further stigmatizes those living with HIV or AIDS."

Justice Minister Wilson-Raybould Issues groundbreaking statement on World AIDS Day about HIV criminalization

December 01, 2016 (Ottawa, ON) – Department of Justice Canada The Honourable Jody Wilson-Raybould, Minister of Justice and Attorney General of Canada, today issued the following statement: World AIDS Day is a time to reflect on the impact that HIV/AIDS has had on Canadians and t give thanks to the many dedicated people who work to prevent this disease and help people get the care and support they need. It is also a time to recognize the tremendous medical advances thatt have been made sin