Marco Garro

Trans women: the victims invisible from trafficking
Location: Peru
Nationality: Peruvian
Biography: Marco Garro is a Peruvian photographer who began his career as a photojournalist in locals newspapers. He has a B.A degree in communication and received a scholarship to complete a master’s photography degree program in Perú. In 2009... MORE
Trans women: the victims invisible from trafficking
marco garro
Sep 12, 2018
Location: Peru lima
The violence and uprooting that impact the lives of trans
 women make them vulnerable to exploitation, 
but the Peruvian state does not seek or rescue them.
Mujeres trans: las víctimas invisibles de la trata
La ruta de la explotación de mujeres trans recorre la selva peruana y llega hasta Argentina e Italia.
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