The 13th issue of Research for Sex Work was released on December 17, 2012.
Research for Sex Work is a publication intended for sex workers, activists, health workers, researchers, NGO staff and policymakers. It is published annually by the Global Network of Sex Work Projects (NSWP) and is governed by an Editorial Board consisting of sex workers, staff of support organisations and researchers.
This issue is on the theme of HIV and Sex Work.
- Editorial (Laura María Agustín)
- Anti-Pornography Crackdowns: Sex Work and HIV in China (China Sex Worker Organisation Network Forum)
- Living With HIV: How I Treat Myself (Told by Diputo Lety to Elsa Oliveira)
- Men At Work: Male Sex Workers, HIV and the Law (Brendan Michael Conner)
- Blaming Disease On Female Sex Workers: A Long History (Tiphaine Besnard)
- Working With the Global Fund to Fight Aids, Tuberculosis and Malaria (Empower Foundation Thailand)
- Sexual-Health Outreach in Machala, Ecuador (Asociación ‘22 de junio’ and Colectivo Flor de Azalea)
- Promoting Sex Worker-Led Research in Namibia (Matthew Greenall and Abel Shinana)
- The Tide Can Not Be Turned Without Us (Cheryl Overs)
- Gay Parties and Male Sex Workers in Nigeria (Kehinde Okanlawon and Ade Iretunde)
- No Condoms as Evidence: A Sex-Worker Campaign in New York (Audacia Ray and Sarah Elspeth Patterson)
- ‘The Space Which Is Not Mine’: Sex Workers Living With HIV/AIDS in Venice and Edinburgh (Nicoletta Policek)
- Female-Condom Use in Zimbabwe, Cameroon and Nigeria (Winny Koster and Marije Groot Bruinderink)
PDFs of the “HIV and Sex Work – The view from 2012” Research for Sex Work, a bilingual publication in English and Chinese, can be downloaded below (32 page PDF document), or free hard copies can be requested by emailing email@example.com.
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