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How can we effectively encourage those working and operating in institutions that exercise or seek to exercise power, authority and control over people living with HIV and AIDS, criminalized populations and others vulnerable to HIV (including adolescents, young people and children) to prioritize their right to health and well-being? Regarding criminalization of transmission, exposure and non-disclosure, what are the arguments for and against abolition of HIV criminalization in all its forms compared with more limited or targeted legal reform?

14:15
2 min
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Renata TALLARICO, UNFPA, South Africa
Kerry THOMAS, Sero Project, United States
14:17
8 min
How to prioritize people's right to health and well-being by engaging governments
Boemo Mmandu SEKGOMA, SADC PF, Namibia
14:25
8 min
The experience of populations affected by unjust laws: Recommendations for progress towards fulfilment of people's right to health and well-being
Svitlana MOROZ, Eurasian Women's Network on AIDS, Ukraine
14:33
8 min
The role of faith-based organizations in promoting change and advancing a human rights-based approach to laws and policies on HIV
Munya MANDIPAZA, International Network Of Religious Leaders Living With Or Personally Affected By HIV and AIDS, South Africa
14:41
34 min
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Boemo Mmandu SEKGOMA, SADC PF, Namibia
Svitlana MOROZ, Eurasian Women's Network on AIDS, Ukraine
Munya MANDIPAZA, International Network Of Religious Leaders Living With Or Personally Affected By HIV and AIDS, South Africa
Renata TALLARICO, UNFPA, South Africa
Kerry THOMAS, Sero Project, United States
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