Inside Mumbai’s Red Light District

A cramped, narrow lane in Kamathipura, Mumbai. Photo: Jaideep Vaidya, Flickr

Av: Johanna Caminati Engström och Jonathan Wirths

In India, addressing sex trafficking remains a challenge. A study from 2013 found that four in five female sex workers in the country have been trafficked and forced into the industry. But what happens afterwards? What are the challenges for organisations that try to support sex workers who have been trafficked? Olga González, who has recently worked in one of Asia’s largest and oldest red light areas in Mumbai, answered our questions.

10 april, 2019, Article, English, Magazine

Women are taking over – female-headed households in Latin America

Conditions for women in Latin America are improving. A portrait of a woman with her child in the Peruvian Andes. Photo: PxHere

Av: Jonathan Wirths

A study in Latin America found that, given equal conditions, female household heads experience better living conditions than their male counterparts. The number of female-headed households has increased rapidly over the last decades as more and more people diverge from traditional relationship and livelihood arrangements. What does this mean for development actors and how is […]

22 mars, 2018, Article, English, FUF Lund, Magazine

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