Margaret Wurth works with the Children’s Rights Division, where she focuses on issues related to health and children’s rights in the US. Wurth has investigated access to HIV prevention and treatment in North Carolina, New York, and California. More recently, she has researched child labor in US agriculture. Before joining Human Rights Watch in 2012, Wurth worked for a community-based health organization in North Carolina. She is a graduate of the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill and Columbia University Mailman School of Public Health.
- CommentaryPublished in The Progressive
- CommentaryPublished in Global Post
- We Know What to Do: Harm Reduction and Human Rights in North Carolina
- Journal of the International AIDS Society: Condoms as evidence of prostitution in the United States and the criminalization of sex work
- Health and Human Rights Journal: Evaluating Human Rights Advocacy on Criminal Justice and Sex Work