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Thank you for completing this questionnaire about your organisation's HIV criminalisation work.

HIV criminalisation describes the unjust application of the criminal law to people living with HIV based solely on their HIV status - either via HIV-specific criminal statutes, or by applying general criminal laws that allow for prosecution of unintentional HIV transmission, potential or perceived exposure to HIV where HIV was not transmitted, and/or non-disclosure of known HIV-positive status.

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1. Are you

Note: If you are a lawyer working, or interested in working on HIV criminalisation, please write your name, or the name of your firm, for name of organisation in question 2

2. Contact details

3. Internet & Social Media

4. Would you say your organisation

5. What is the geographical scope of your organisation?

6. Is HIV criminalisation

7. Do you work in other areas of criminalisation? and if yes, which?

8. Do you specialise in gender issues related to HIV criminalisation or other forms of criminalisation?

9. Which of the following activities related to HIV criminalisation are actively carried out by your organisation? Select all that apply.

10. Does your organisation actively carry out work on HIV-related discrimination issues, and, if yes, in which areas? Select all that apply.

11. Would your organisation be able to offer practical or technical support to other organisations/groups working in HIV criminalisation?

12. Please tell us what services/resources, related to HIV criminalisation work, you might be able to offer support with (e.g. legal services, policy work, campaigning, etc)

13. Is your expertise specific to a particular geographic area or population?

14. Please tell us what services/resources, related to HIV criminalisation work, your organisation would like to receive support with (e.g.access to legal services, help with policy work, advocacy etc).

15. Name and email of person to contact in your organisation for issues related to criminalisation

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