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VAMP

Article in AIDS Care. 2010;22 Suppl 2:1670-8.

This film from SANGRAM explores how organising as part of VAMP has affected sex workers’ lives.

Ishdeep Kohli blogs on Meena Seshu’s plenary presentation at the International AIDS Conference in 2010. The original blog is available on the HealthDev.net site.

An interview with PLRI member Meena Seshu on the PANOS website by Sandhya Srinivasan.

PLRI partner Meena Seshu gave the prestigious Jonathan Mann Memorial Lecture at the 2010 International AIDS Conference.

Meena reflects on the approach that her organisation SANGRAM has used to support the work of VAMP the collective of women in sex work.

She introduces SANGRAM’s Bill of Rights which sets out guidelines for programming interventions around HIV and AIDS:

Sampada Grameen Mahila Sanstha (SANGRAM) is an HIV/AIDS organization that works primarily with sex workers. SANGRAM is based in the Sangli district in Maharashtra state. 

This news story by Joeanna Rebello was published in the Times of India on the 16 January 2009.

An article by Pillai S, Seshu M and Shivdas M in Gender & Development,16:2,313 — 326.

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