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With a background in Creative Media and Gender Studies, Natasha pursued her interest in social justice with a move to China. As an Australian Youth Ambassador for Development Natasha assisted in the implementation of an HIV/ AIDS information exchange program in Beijing, where was exposed to clients that had been trafficked for sex. She was deeply moved by the struggles of clients and counterparts who had experienced sexual and gender-based violence, as well as discrimination due to their HIV status. This was a defining moment in cementing her commitment to working in the field of sexual health. Natasha has just completed six months of work in the red-light districts of Bangkok, Thailand, working to increase the access to sexual health and rights-based services for male and transgender sex workers. As a Rotary World Peace Fellow Natasha hopes to pursue the promotion of Peace by supporting greater HIV/AIDS awareness, improving research and advocacy in the areas of gender-based and sexual violence and by addressing social justice issues in developing and post-conflict countries.
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Rotary International Peace Fellow studying Masters Social Work
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