Julie Lee (Italy)


Julie Lee

Julie Lee (TAMPEP, Turin): In 1995, Julie taught English at the Sichuan International Studies University in China (1995). She worked for the Peace Corps in Zimbabwe as an English teacher (1997-1999). In the summer of 2002, she interned in the US State Department (Bureau of Democracy, Human Rights and Labor). At the time of her fellowship, Julie was studying for a Master of Science in Foreign Service at Georgetown’s School of Foreign Service. TAMPEP is a European Network of organizations that work to prevent HIV/STV among Migrant Sex Workers, and towards the end of her internship, Julie was invited by the United Nations to visit Nigeria as part of a TAMPEP training team. She helped to develop the work and material for training of trainers in and led some training. She felt that the sessions were well-received by participants. After her fellowship, Julie wrote: “I wrote three grant proposals, translated TAMPEP project materials in English, edited content, and attempted to bring a more critical and problem-solving approach to the work. This was missing, particularly in the project plan/proposal for the ALNIMA project. The material was put together to advertise TAMPEP to potential donors, but also to use them in a future media kits, or for TAMPEP’s future web site. I was also able to contribute directly to the development of the ALNIMA Project, particularly in micro credit.”



30 Aug

Law Enforcement Views on Law used for AntiTrafficking

Italian law generally does not permit foreigners in Italy to legalize their status if they

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Posted Aug 30, 2003

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01 Aug

Comitato per i Diritti Civili delle Prostitute

Fighting for the rights of prostitutes was virtually unprecedented in the early 1980s in Italy.

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Posted Aug 01, 2003

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25 Jul

‘If you tell her to walk twelve kilometers, she will do it.’

I accompany Sandra, a Nigerian woman, and Fatiha, a Moroccan cultural mediator to the free

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Posted Jul 25, 2003

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17 Jul

Denouncements

Social work does not come without risk.* Alexa is a 37-year old social worker for

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Posted Jul 17, 2003

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08 Jul

Voluntary Repatriation

Voluntary repatriations are few in Italy, but they do exist. Since TAMPEP began its work

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Posted Jul 08, 2003

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27 Jun

The ALNIMA Project

On Tuesday Turin celebrated la Festa di San Giovanni, a celebration honoring the city’s patron

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Posted Jun 27, 2003

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20 Jun

Fatima Sometimes ‘Casual’ Really Does Mean Casual

Whoever says that casual in Italy is not really casual has never worked in an

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Posted Jun 20, 2003

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15 Jun

Street Outreach

On Wednesday this week, I accompanied the Street Unit on one of its trips. Our

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Posted Jun 15, 2003

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13 Jun

Setting Up in Turin

I am sitting outside on the terrace of my flat. As I stretch my legs

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Posted Jun 13, 2003

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