The purpose of the Consensus Statement is to serve as a resource in efforts to modernize HIV criminal laws, particularly for state advocates. This site provides links to a variety of resources that can help support the use of the statement, as well as an FAQ.


Endorsers of the Consensus Statement

The following organizations are originating endorsers of the Consensus Statement on HIV "Treatment as Prevention" in Criminal Law Reform

The following organizations and individuals have endorsed the Consensus Statement on HIV "Treatment as Prevention" in Criminal Law Reform


AIDS United
All Under One Roof LGBT Advocates of Southern Idaho
ARASA: AIDS and Rights Alliance for Southern Africa (Namibia)
Canadian HIV/AIDS Legal Network (Canada)
Colorado Health Network
Dr. Michael A. Hunter Foundation
End AIDS Now
Equality Alabama
Equality Federation
ESPU - Philly
Foundations Family Medicine
Georgetown Medical AIDS Advocacy Network
Georgia Equality
The Global Network of People Living with HIV (GNP+)
The Global Forum on MSM & HIV
HEAT: Health and Education Alternatives for Teens
HIV Justice Network (United Kingdom)
HIV Modernization Movement - Indiana
HIV Prevention Justice Alliance
House of Blahnik, Inc.
Life Quality Improvement Organisation "FLIGHT" (Croatia)
Louisiana AIDS Advisory Network, Inc.
Mississippi Positive Network
NO/AIDS Task Force (Crescent Care)
Northwell Health/Northshore Hospital
Positive Moving On CIC (Northern Ireland)
Positive Women's Network
POZ Military Veterans USA INTL
RAD Remedy
San Francisco AIDS Foundation
Sero Project
SMART: Sisterhood Mobilized for AIDS/HIV Research and Treatment
The Strilite Foundation
Texans Living with HIV
UCHAPS: Urban Coalition for HIV/AIDS Prevention Services (Washington DC)
United States People Living with HIV Caucus
Unity Empowerment Resource Center
The Well Project


Edward Duane Adams, Cape Fear Equality
Sam Andersen (UK)
Jeffrey M. Birnbaum, MD, MPH
Jay W. Borchert, PhD
Wayne Borders
Darius Bost
Savona Bradley, Let's Talk About It
Marco Castro-Bojorquez
Fernando De Hoyos
Reggie Dunbar II, POZ Military & Veterans USA
Ted Faigle-Kell
Benjamin Fisher
Sergio Fuentes, Clínica Almas (Mexico)
Helen Turner Goldenberg, Chair, RWPC Dallas EMA
Ricardo Gonzalez
Shirley Graham, Palmetto AIDS Life Support Services
Mark Harrington
Ángel Luis Hernández
Franceina Hopkins
Olga Irwin
Aminata Kondeh
Annie Koon
Michael Kopp
Johnnie Ray Kornegay III
Bruce T. Lang
Elijah Law
Elinora Lawrence
Eunice Marshall
Margie McCutcheon
Marcus D. McPherson
Sibusiso Mngadi, HVTN CAB Member (South Africa)
S. Mandisa Moore-O'Neal, The Moore-O'Neal Law Group, LLC
Naimah O'Neal
Evans Odhiambo Opany, Kydesa Rainbow Community (Kenya)
Kimberly A. Parker
Manuel Ponce
Prof. Miguel A. Ramiro Aviles, Ph.D., University of Alcalá (Spain)
Noah Raper
Josh Robbins,
Ron Rosenes (Canada)
Meredith Short
John Small
Angel Stetson
Teresa Sullivan
Jamie Tafoya
Sharon Thomas
Vinicio Viquez
Larry Wiles (UK)
William T. Wilson
Christine A. Yared, PLC, Attorney & Counselor at Law

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