Cambodian sex workers
Willis, who paid for the research with a Fulbright grant.
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"For far too long, police and other authorities have unlawfully locked up sex workers, beaten and sexually abused them, and looted their money and other possessions," Elaine Pearson, acting Asia director at Human Rights Watch said.
"The Cambodian government should order a prompt and thorough independent investigation into these systematic violations of sex workers' human rights and shut down the centers where these people have been abused." In its latest report on human rights in Cambodia, the U. State Department said Cambodia remains "a source, destination, and transit country for men, women, and children trafficked for sexual exploitation and labor," including children.