Laws against human trafficking lead to crack down on sex workers in Cambodia


Sex workers and their supporters huddled outside the Cambodian embassy in Canberra this morning, protesting recent crack downs on their colleagues in Asia. New laws that aim to stop human trafficking have had a flow on affect to the illegal sex industry in Cambodia, with sex worker advocates saying that police are targeting legitimate working girls with violence and rape.

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