HIV/AIDS Impact Project
Identifying and addressing HIV/AIDS-related legal and policy issues to ensure rights are respected and protected.
The HIV/AIDS Impact Project is excited to announce the return of the biennial HIV/AIDS Law & Practice Conference! We met in New Orleans on May 10-11, 2022, for informative CLE workshops, dialogue, and a luncheon honoring recipients of the Alexander Forger Awards for Sustained Excellence in HIV Legal and Policy Advocacy. Program information is available on the Conference webpage.Register - TODAY
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.
The Center is pleased to honor Dr. Anthony S. Fauci, Director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, for his work in advancing the human right to health in the United States and around the globe, beginning with the HIV/AIDS pandemic, through the Ebola crisis and, today, the COVID-19 pandemic.View - The Video Ceremony
Nine grantees have been selected for funding through the HIV Legal Services Fund as part of the Health & Human Rights Initiative run jointly by the Center for Human Rights and Civil Rights and Social Justice Section.Learn - More
As the 40th anniversary of the first AIDS cases in the US approaches next year (June 2021), HIV lawyers and policy advocates discuss the progress achieved in protecting the rights of people living with or affected by HIV/AIDS, where those rights may be threatened today, and how best to secure them for the future.Learn - More