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Since 1992, we have promoted the human rights of people living with or vulnerable to HIV/AIDS, in Canada and internationally.

We’re committed to turning evidence-based research on HIV/AIDS-related issues into action that is firmly grounded in sound legal analysis and human rights principles.

Our work

  • researches and analyzes legal and human rights issues important to people and communities affected by HIV/AIDS;
  • informs, educates and mobilizes individuals, organizations and communities to act on these issues; and
  • challenges governments to fulfill their human rights obligations and implement laws and policies based on sound legal and scientific standards.

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Canadian HIV/AIDS Legal Network
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Canadian HIV/AIDS Legal Network
By-laws

Canadian HIV/AIDS Legal Network
The Rights Response:
Strategic Plan 2010–2015

To find out more about our work, read our annual reports
www.aidslaw.ca/
annualreport

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The Canadian HIV/AIDS Legal Network is a non-governmental organization in Special Consultative Status with the United Nations Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC).
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