The ‘Stolen Generations' of Mothers and Daughters: Child Apprehension and Enhanced HIV Vulnerabilities for Sex Workers of Aboriginal Ancestry

@inproceedings{Duff2014TheG,
  title={The ‘Stolen Generations' of Mothers and Daughters: Child Apprehension and Enhanced HIV Vulnerabilities for Sex Workers of Aboriginal Ancestry},
  author={Putu K. Duff and Brittany Bingham and Annick Simo and Delores Jury and Charlotte Reading and Kate Shannon},
  booktitle={PloS one},
  year={2014}
}
OBJECTIVES The number of children in care of the state continues to grow in BC, Canada with a historical legacy of child apprehension among criminalized and marginalized populations, particularly women of Aboriginal ancestry and sex workers. However, there is a paucity of research investigating child apprehension experiences among marginalized mothers. The… CONTINUE READING