June 04, 2018 Section-Housed Projects

Projects

There are three Section-housed ABA projects: the AIDS Coordinating Committee, the Center for Human Rights, and the Death Penalty Due Process Review Project.

AIDS Coordination Project

The AIDS Coordinating Committee stands as the core of the Association's response to the HIV/AIDS pandemic, developing HIV/AIDS-related policy recommendations for adoption by the ABA House of Delegates and, upon their adoption, advancing those policies through ABA-sponsored programs and projects.
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Death Penalty Due Process

The ABA Death Penalty Due Process Review Project (formerly known as the “Moratorium Implementation Project”) conducts research and educates the public and decision-makers on the operation of capital jurisdictions’ death penalty laws and processes in order to promote fairness and accuracy in death penalty systems, including promotion of the ABA’s 1997 supporting a suspension of executions.
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Anti-Bullying Initiative

The Sections project Bullyproof is a comprehensive initiative that provides education and resources to help empower ParentsEducatorsStudents, and Young Lawyers make bullying a thing of the past. 

We encourage you to get involved. More infomation visit

 

Civil Rights and Social Justice Awards