This research from the Global Alliance Against Trafficking in Women aimed to explore gender-based violence in the world of work from the perspective of women migrant workers.
- 3 results found
- (-) Research
- (-) International Guidelines
- (-) Health
- (-) Violence
What a Way to Make a Living: Violence and harassment faced by women migrant workers in Argentina, Brazil, Peru, Colombia, Guatemala and Mexico
Download this resource: What a way to make a living, executive summary - GAATW, 2020 , ¡Menuda manera de ganarnos la vida! - GAATW, 2020 , Mujeres de Honduras, Guatemala, Nicaragua, Cuba y migrantes internas en el trabajo sexual, en México - Brigada Callejera, GAATW
Theme: Migration & Trafficking, Violence
This report and executive summary by the Global Commission on HIV and Law, supported by UNDP, examines the role of law in effective HIV responses. The report is based on expert submissions, research on HIV, health and law, and testimony of 700 people most affected by HIV-related laws from 140 countries.
Download this resource: Rights, Risks, & Health, UNDP - 2012.pdf , Rights, Risks, & Health Summary, UNDP - 2012.pdf
Technical Brief: Addressing Sex Workers, Men Who Have Sex With Men, Transgender People, People Who Use Drugs, and People in Prison and Other Closed Settings in the Context of the HIV Epidemic
The Global Fund has published this technical brief on guiding principles and best practices for HIV programming addressing sex workers and other key populations. The brief is based on 4 implementation tools for key populations, with the Sex Worker Implementation Tool (SWIT) offering normative guidance for programming aimed at sex workers.
Download this resource: Key Populations Technical Brief, The Global Fund - 2017