March 1

Message from the JN+ President on Zero Discrimination Day 2021

People living with HIV are still facing stigma and discrimination because of their HIV status. I encourage you to join us in addressing discrimination by supporting the community, helping us correcting the myths associated with HIV and sharing correct information, educating yourselves about HIV, and, importantly, by not being afraid to associate yourselves with people […]

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July 16

JN+ Recommendation of the Sexual Harassment Act of 2019.

Sexual harassment is globally recognized as a form of violence against women and more broadly, a form of gender-based violence. The WHO reports ica.that gender-based violence is not only a human rights violation but also a barrier to HIV prevention, treatment, and care. Sexual harassment directly and adversely impacts women living with HIV in Jamaica Gender […]

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June 24

Suggestions made for more groups to look out for sexual harassment

ONE of the suggestions being made to improve the Sexual Harassment Bill is widening the scope of people who have a duty of care to address complaints of sexual harassment, including the crew of public transportation such as the State-run Jamaica Urban Transit Company (JUTC). The discussion arose at Thursday’s meeting of the joint select […]

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