Megan Rivers-Moore‘s research proposal “Coronavirus, Sex Work, and Mutual Aid in Latin America” will examine how sex workers in the global south are experiencing and responding to the coronavirus pandemic. This project will explore the ways Latin American sex workers’ mutual aid strategies have shifted during the coronavirus and share key strategies and lessons that can be useful to other marginalized groups.

The COVID-19 Rapid Research Response Grant is an internal funding opportunity created by Carleton University in response to the coronavirus pandemic and seeks to fund research that is innovative, time-sensitive and proposes solutions to the challenges of this health crisis.  More information on this grant and for a complete list of the recipients can be found at the Carleton Office for Research and Initiatives and Service.

Congratulations Megan!