The criminalisation of HIV transmission in Australia: legality, morality and reality

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This monograph addresses the issue of criminal prosecution of people who transmit HIV in Australia. It examines the legal, moral and ethical justification for laws criminalising HIV transmission and the impacts of criminalisation on people with HIV.

The monograph was edited by Sally Cameron and John Rule, and includes contributions from Yusef Azad, Edwin J. Bernard, Samantha Croy, John B. F. de Wit, Jeanne Ellard, Michael Hurley, Elena Jeffreys, Susan Kippax, David Menadue, Dean Murphy, Lisa Power, Daniel Reeders, Peter Rush, David Scamell, Stephen Tomsen, Chris Ward, Melissa Woodroffe and Iryna Zablotska, with an introuction by Robert Mitchell and foreword by the Hon. Michael Kirby AC CMG.