We have gathered online resources to supplement the introductory copy written for this website. This section includes information about employment, best practices, income security and supportive environments.
- Many of these links feature frequently asked questions, making it easier to find the answers you may be looking for.
- Others can point you to additional resources, documents and related topics.
- We have identified downloadable PDF documents.
- All other links will direct you to websites.
These resources are meant to be selective, not exhaustive. We have chosen ones that are practical and useful. If there is other content you have found helpful in your work with women affected by – or living with – HIV, please let us know. We will consider adding it to this section.
We welcome your feedback!
Women and HIV/AIDS Initiative at ACT
Phone: 416-340-2437 x. 453
Employment and HIV
- Employers Resources, Canadian Working Group on HIV and Rehabilitation
- (PDF) Employment and HIV/AIDS, HIV & AIDS Legal Clinic (Ontario), Semptember 2004
- (PDF) Policy on HIV/AIDS-related discrimination, Ontario Human Rights Commission, November 1996
- (PDF) Workplace action on HIV/AIDS: identifying and sharing best practice, Best Practices in HIV/AIDS Workplace Policies and Programmes, International Labour Organization, December 2003
- (PDF) Universal Precautions, Canadian HIV/AIDS Information Centre
- Human Resources Manual Policy – Confidentiality, ACT (AIDS Committee of Toronto), 1999
- Income Security, Canadian HIV/AIDS Legal Network
- Income security, Information for People living with HIV, Canadian Working Group on HIV and Rehabilitation
- Income Security for people living with HIV/AIDS in Canada, Canadian HIV/AIDS Legal Network, December 2006
- (PDF) Navigating the Maze: Improving Coordination and Integration of Disability Income and Employment Policies and Programs for People living with HIV/AIDS, Canadian Working Group on HIV and Rehabilitation, August 2008
- Support for survival: barriers to income security for people living with HIV/AIDS and directions for reform, Canadian HIV/AIDS Legal Network, October 2005
- Guide to Writing an OHS Policy Statement, Canadian Centre for Occupational Health and Safety
- HIV/AIDS as an Episodic Disability in the Workplace, Interagency Coalition on AIDS and Development
- Making Your Organization and Programs Youth Friendly (From a Youth Perspective), Canadian AIDS Society
- Information for Employers, Canadian Working Group on HIV and Rehabilitation