Tapachula Mexico: Sex Workers protest health department, claim of human rights violations

Posted on February 11, 2013 • Filed under: Labor Issues, Latin America Health, Mexico

Also, another female called meet the revised schedules as it should be, because they come when they want and leave the same way, in addition to the abuse by managers, being a clear example of the sex workers to be reviewed every 15 days and that they left each month.

In turn, asked the State Board of Human Rights, to investigate why the City Council increased the cost of health card, since for waitresses is 345 pesos and 430 pesos for dancers, and while paying for consultations 100 pesos.

It should be noted, that according to civil organizations specialists in the field of AIDS and Sexually Transmitted Infections (STIs) in addition CENSIDA; Tapachula ranks first in HIV-AIDS, so that committing such abuses and show little regard for revisions, leaves much to be desired, because being a border town, the vulnerability is greater. Read Article

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