Sex workers won't see AIDS funds

Sircar, Oishik
December 2007
Asian Pacific Post;12/20/2007, p21
The author comments on the Emergency Fund for AIDS Relief of the U.S. President and its impact on sex workers. The author relates how the U.S. policy relating to the emergency fund affects the human trafficking efforts of countries such as Pakistan, India and Nepal. An overview of how sex workers' groups like Sangram and Durbar combat human trafficking. The author argues that the policy of the emergency fund alienates and implicates sex workers in Third World countries.


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