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As well, the group says that tax money has been wasted on fighting efforts to decriminalize sex work, and prosecuting people living with HIV for sex without disclosure. Louise Binder, a retired HIV-positive lawyer who is a founding member of the Blueprint Coalition, says she finds the latter problem the most egregious waste of money. So you have a no-crime crime that people have turned into a crime.
Binder says that many people with HIV are now living by a new mantra: no test, no arrest. The Coalition says there are other problems that are slowing the fight against HIV spread. They note that no prisons in Canada offer needle and syringe programs, for example, even though there is plenty of evidence that such programs reduce the risk of disease transmission. They also say a pilot project for safe tattooing in federal prisons had effective but was discontinued, even though the Canadian Human Rights Commission and Correctional Investigator both called on the government to continue to offer these harm reduction measures.
The group is also angry with the newly passed Safe Streets and Communities Act, which it says will result in more women, many of whom are mothers, being imprisoned for longer. On Monday, two B. Evan Wood and Dr. Julio Montaner, said they have ed an international campaign called the Vienna Declaration, which called on world leaders to stop the spread of AIDS by ending the so-called war on drugs. Wood says that while HIV infection rates are falling around the globe, the of cases appears to be rising in countries with aggressive policies for prosecuting drug-related crimes.
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