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The links below may help connect you with other employment resources.

Locate an AIDS Service Organization (ASO) or other HIV-related service in your area.

This web portal is a tool for activists, community organizations, researchers, policy-makers, journalists, health workers and anyone who seeks quick and easy access to a wide range of resources about HIV, human rights and the law. It helps people around the world communicate and share information, materials and strategies, with the ultimate goal of contributing to a global effort to protect and promote the human rights of people living with or vulnerable to HIV.

Canadian HIV/AIDS Legal Network
The Canadian HIV/AIDS Legal Network promotes the human rights of people living with and vulnerable to HIV/AIDS, in Canada and internationally, through research, legal and policy analysis, education, and community mobilization. The Legal Network is Canada's leading advocacy organization working on the legal and human rights issues raised by HIV/AIDS.

Realize (formerly CWGHR)
Realize brings together the traditionally separate worlds of HIV, disability and rehabilitation. Through its leadership in research, education and cross-sector partnerships, realize is working to address the rehabilitation needs of people living with HIV and other episodic disabilities.

Employment Action
Based in Toronto, Employment Action is a not-for-profit service dedicated to providing employment options for people living with HIV.

Health Gateway
Your link to living well with chronic conditions and disabilities 

Job Accommodation Network (JAN)
JAN is a U.S.-based resource for workplace productivity enhancements and reasonable accommodation solutions.

National Working Positive Coalition (NWPC)
Based in the U.S., the NWPC is a coalition of individuals living with HIV, service providers, researchers and advocates who are committed to improving the financial and personal wellbeing of individuals living with HIV.

Sponsored By:
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This project is funded in part by the Government of Canada’s Social Development Partnerships Program – Disability component.

Realize (formerly CWGHR) also acknowledges the financial support of the Public Health Agency of Canada.
The views expressed herein do not necessarily represent the views of the Public Health Agency of Canada