The Positive Parenting Pilot Project

Lori LyonsAfrican, Caribbean and Black Communities, Criminal Justice, Current Studies, Engagement, Indigenous Peoples, OHTN, Research Pages, Stigma, Women*

mother with son

Research Team:  Saara Greene (nominated principal investigator), Doris O’Brein-Teengs (co-principal investigator), Gary Dumbrill (co-principal investigator), Mona Loutfy, Allyson Ion, Wanda Whitebird, Maureen Ringlein, Martha Wiles, Kerrigan Beaver, Bruce Leslie, Renee Masching, Wangari Tharao, Ruthann Tucker, Andy Koster, Sandra Seigei, Lyndon …

Report: How Criminalization is Affecting People Living with HIV in Ontario

OHTNCriminal Justice, Reports

Written in 2012, this report summarizes the findings of a research study involving participants in the OHTN Cohort Study and Positive Spaces, Healthy Places. Results explore awareness of the law among people living with HIV, perceptions of media coverage on criminalization, the impact of criminalization on everyday life, the way criminalization affects personal and professional relationships, disclosure, and HIV testing. It concludes by discussing policy implications.