WHAI Disclosure Toolkit

This toolkit outlines information about HIV disclosure including privacy legislation, policies and guidelines for handling personal health information and the importance of these in building positive relationships with women living with HIV.

Indigenous Communities: HIV, Privacy and Confidentiality

Knowing your rights and responsibilities when it comes to HIV disclosure, privacy and confidentiality is an important way to protect your privacy. This guide provides answers to common questions on disclosure, privacy and confidentiality in the health care settings,...

HIV Criminalization in Canada: Key trends and Patterns

As part of an effort to contribute to an informed public dialogue on the issue, this short report provides a snapshot of the temporal and demographic patterns of HIV criminalization in Canada from 1989 to 2016. It also updates information on the outcomes of HIV...

Sex Offender Registries: Fact Sheet

This fact sheet discusses common questions regarding sex offender registries in Canada in the context of the criminal law and HIV non-disclosure. This is general legal information and not legal advice. If you want legal advice specific to your situation, you should...

HIV disclosure acknowledgement form

An acknowledgement form that can be used by a person with HIV to record the disclosure of their HIV status to another person.The PWN resources in Sage can be reproduced and adapted for non-commercial use with credit to the author. Please note that resources are being...

HIV Criminalization in Canada: Current Context & Advocacy

A two-page document briefly describing the current legal landscape of the criminalization of HIV non-disclosure in Canada, why the current use of the criminal law is problematic, and what the Legal Network and its partners have been doing to resist the overly broad...