Reproductive justice for HIV-positive women means upholding our full spectrum of sexual and reproductive rights, including our right to choose when and how to be sexual and when or whether to have children and the information to make an informed decision. Reproductive Justice also extends to parenting and custody rights which are often taken away from women living with HIV.
PWN-USA TOOLS AND RESOURCES:
- PWN-USA Reproductive Justice Factsheet (PDF version)
- Feature report and survey of women living with HIV: UNSPOKEN: Sexuality, Romance, and Reproductive Freedom for Women Living with HIV in the United States, November 2013
- Global Commission on HIV and the Law: PWN’s statement on the Reproductive Rights of HIV-Positive Women, August 7, 2011
- Women & HIV Organizations submit official comments to HHS on implementation of Pre-existing Condition Insurance Plans (PCIPs), September 28, 2010
- Advancing the Sexual and Reproductive Health and Human Rights of People Living with HIV, GNP+, ICW, Young Positives, EngenderHealth, IPPF, UNAIDS, UNFPA, WHO
- Women & HIV/AIDS in the U.S. Factsheet, Kaiser Family Foundation
- Mothers Behind Bars: A state-by-state report card and analysis of federal policies on conditions of confinement for pregnant and parenting women and the effect on their children, National Women’s Law Center, Fall 2010
- Juvenile Injustice: The Unfulfilled Rights of Youth in State Custody to Comprehensive Sexual Health Care, The Center for HIV Law & Policy and Teen SENSE Initiative, December 2010
- Forward Together, a multi-racial organization that works with community leaders and organizations to transform culture and policy to catalyze social change.