By Sean Strub on June 20, 2012 3:53 PM
The SERO Project--the non-profit organization I've started to combat HIV-related stigma, discrimination and criminalization--has undertaken a survey of people with or affected by HIV toward criminalization of HIV non-disclosure, potential exposure or transmission.
The principal investigator is Laurel Sprague, at Eastern Michigan University. Laurel is a woman with HIV who is also the North American regional coordinator of the Global Network of People Living With HIV (GNP+). She's also a great advocate, a good friend and has put a tremendous amount of work into creating this survey.
It is important that we get a large enough response to have statistically meaningful numbers of key populations who are so often unheard, like women, transpersons, people who use drugs, migrants, sex workers and those engaged in survival sex, as well as everyone else, both those with HIV and those without.
Can you take a few minutes to complete the survey? We hope to release preliminary results at the Int'l AIDS Conference in Washington next month. The results will be posted at www.seroproject.com, or you can sign up for the SERO Project's e-newsletter and we'll send them to you.
Article can be viewed below: blogs.poz.com/sean/archives/2012/06/i_need
Survey is at the link below: https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/HIVandtheCr
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