Resources and publications
Consent, the film:
- Consent: HIV Non-disclosure and sexual assault law: A community engagement discussion guide (Canadian HIV/AIDS Legal Network, 2016)
- What does consent really mean? Rethinking HIV non-disclosure and sexual assault law meeting report (Canadian HIV/AIDS Legal Network, 2014)
- Criminalization of Women Living with HIV: Non-disclosure, Exposure and Transmission (International Community of Women Living with HIV, Issue Paper 2, 2015)
- HIV Disclosure: Figuring out How to Tell Romantic & Sexual Partners Positive Women’s Network, 2015)
- HIV Disclosure to Sexual Partners: Questions and Answers for Newcomers (Canadian HIV/AIDS Legal Network, 2015)
- Criminal Law and HIV Non-Disclosure in Canada (Canadian HIV/AIDS Legal Network, 2014)
- Sex, Criminal Law and HIV-Non-disclosure [2 videos] (Canadian HIV/AIDS Legal Network, 2014)
- Sexual Violence Awareness (The Learning Network, 2014)
- HIV Non-Disclosure and the Criminal Law: Implications of Recent Supreme Court of Canada Decisions for People Living with HIV, Questions & Answers (Canadian HIV/AIDS Legal Network, 2012)
- Women and the Criminalization of HIV Non-Disclosure (Canadian HIV/AIDS Legal Network, 2012)
- Privacy and disclosure: questions and answers on HIV-related privacy and disclosure issues for women’s service providers (Canadian HIV/AIDS Legal Network, 2012)
- Women and HIV Testing (Canadian HIV/AIDS Legal Network, 2012)
Journal articles and book chapters:
- P. Allard, C. Kazatchkine & A. Symington, “Criminal prosecutions for HIV non-disclosure: Protecting women from infection or threatening prevention efforts? in. J. Gahagan (ed) Women and HIV Prevention in Canada: Implications for Research, Policy, and Practice (Toronto: Women’s Press, 2013): 195–218. [Full publication available at http://womenspress.cspi.org/books/women-and-hiv-prevention-in-canada.]
- K.S. Buchanan, “When is HIV a Crime? Sexuality, Gender and Consent,” Minnesota Law Review 99 (2015): 1231.
- I. Grant, “The prosecution of non-disclosure of HIV in Canada: Time to rethink Cuerrier,” McGill Journal of Law and Health 5 (2011): 7–59.
- I. Grant, M. Shaffer & A. Symington, “Focus: R v Mabior and R v DC: Sex, HIV, and Non-Disclosure, Take Two,” University of Toronto Law Journal 63 (2013): 462–495.
- S. Greene, et al. “(M)othering with HIV: Resisting and Reconstructing Experiences of Health and Social Surveillance,” in B. Hogeveen & J. Minaker (eds), Criminalized Mothers, Criminalizing Motherhood (Toronto: Demeter Press, 2015), 231-263.
- C. Kazatchkine, R. Elliott, A. Symington, R. Peck, J. G. Betteridge, and S. Claivaz-Loranger, “HIV non-disclosure and the criminal law: An analysis of two recent decisions of the Supreme Court of Canada,” The Criminal Law Quarterly 60 (2013): 30–40.
- C. Matthen & M. Plaxton, “HIV, Consent and Criminal Wrongs,” The Criminal Law Quarterly 57 (2001): 464-485.
- E. MacKinnon & C. Crompton, “The Gender of Lying: Feminist Perspectives on the Non-Disclosure of HIV Status,” University of British Columbia Law Review 45 (2012): 407–449.
- E. Mykhalovskiy (ed), “The Public Health Implications of HIV Criminalization: Past, Current, and Future Directions,” Special Issue, Critical Public Health 25 (2015).
- S. Patterson, et al., “The impact of criminalization of HIV non-disclosure on the healthcare engagement of women living with HIV in Canada: a comprehensive review of the evidence,” Journal of the International AIDS Society 18 (2015): 20572.
- A. Symington, “HIV exposure as assault: Progressive development or misplaced focus?” in E. Sheehy (ed), Sexual Assault in Canada: Law, Legal Practice and Women’s Activism (Ottawa: University of Ottawa Press, 2012), 635–664.
Relevant websites and organizations:
- Draw the Line: Engaging Ontarians in a dialogue about sexual violence
- HIV Justice Network
- International Community of Women Living with HIV
- Positive Women’s Network
- Research Roundtable on Criminalization of HIV and Women in BC: Setting Research Priorities for Policy and Advocacy
- Canadian Consensus Statement on HIV and its Transmission in the Context of Criminal Law
- R. v. Ewanchuk,  1 SCR 330.
- R. v. D.C.,  2 SCR 626.
- R. v. Hutchinson,  1 SCR 346.
- R. v. Mabior,  2 SCR 584.
- Positive Women: Exposing Injustice [film] (Canadian HIV/AIDS Legal Network & Goldelox Productions, 2012)