Treena Orchard is an associate professor in the School of Health Studies, University of Western Ontario. She is a medical anthropologist who conducts qualitative, collaborative research with marginalised populations in Canada and India (i.e., women in sex work, Aboriginal communities, gay men, people living with HIV/AIDS, and youth). Her areas of research expertise include gender and health, post-colonialism, sexuality and sexual minority groups, the body, and arts-based research.
Published in: Beyond Trafficking and SlaveryChildren in global sex work and trafficking discourses
It is too simple to frame children involved in child prostitution in India and ‘sex trafficking’ in Canada as mere...