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HIV/AIDS Impact Project

The HIV/AIDS Impact Project (formerly the AIDS Coordinating Committee) was established in 1987, at the height of the national hysteria about the HIV/AIDS epidemic. Its purpose was, and remains, to identify and address legal and policy issues affecting or affected by the epidemic domestically and internationally, with a view to ensuring the rights of all concerned are respected and protected.

HIV/AIDS at 40: Perspectives on the Struggle

World AIDS Day 2021

In observance of World AIDS Day, this webinar offers a retrospective on the legal, social, and medical struggles and successes associated with HIV/AIDS over the last 40 years. These intersectional perspectives merged to form a new civil rights movement almost overnight, one that continues to this day.

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HIV/AIDS Webinar Series

The ABA HIV/AIDS Impact Project, ABA Center for Human Rights, and ABA Section of Civil Rights and Social Justice brings you the latest programming on HIV/AIDS in this multi-part free webinar series.

Thank You to Our Sponsors

The HIV/AIDS Impact Project is grateful to the sponsors of the HIV/AIDS Law & Practice Conference 2020. For additional information on sponsorship opportunities, please contact Project Co-Director Michael Pates at [email protected].

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Make a tax-deductible contribution to the HIV/AIDS Impact Project.