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Interrogating the Absence of HIV/AIDS Prevention for Migrant Sex Workers in South Korea by Sea-Ling Cheng

With a focus on HIV/AIDS prevention, the commentary focuses the marginalization of migrant sex workers’ right to health by both the state and non-governmental organizations (NGOs) in South Korea (henceforth “Korea”). It first examines how state policy on migrant workers and migrant entertainers, in the sex industry in particular engenders human rights violations on multiple fronts. It then explores how relevant NGOs fail to intervene because of both ideological and practical preoccupations.

Interrogating the Absence of HIV_AIDS Prevention for Migrant Sex Workers in South Korea 

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