Research for Sex Work 1: Peer Education

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Research for Sex Work 6: Sex Work and Human Rights is a peer-reviewed publication for sex workers, activists, health workers, researchers, NGO staff and policy makers. It is available in English. All issues of Research for Sex Work can be found here.

Table of Contents:

  • Why this initiative is important
    I. Wolffers
  • The Indigenous Leader Outreach Model: reaching out to sex workers in Indonesia
    J. Djaelani Gordon
  • The Saheli Project: empowerment of sex workers in India
    I.S. Gilada
  • Some problems concerning peer education
    L. Brussa and H. Mongard
  • Organisation and carrying out of training for peer educators
    L. Brussa and H. Mongard
  • In touch with the needs of sex workers
    S. Metzenrath
  • Doing it together: sex workers and researchers
    P. Pyett
  • Lack of motivation of restaurant girls: from drop-in activities to outreach work
    S. Liao
  • The concept of high risk groups
    K. de Koning and J. Kemp
  • Syndromic management and need based services in Bangladesh
    M. Bloem

You can download this 16 page PDF resource above. This resource is in English.