Research for Sex Work 3: Empowerment

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Research for Sex Work 3: Empowerment 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.

Contents Include:

  • Empowerment of sex workers and HIV prevention
    I. Wolffers
  • Community-led HIV prevention by southern African sex workers
    Z. Mzaidume et al.
  • HIV prevention strategies among female sex workers in the Dominican Republic
    L. Moreno and D. Kerrigan
  • Legalisation and decriminalisation: The Brazilian experience
    G. Leite
  • Empowerment for sex workers? Notes from the Philippines
    E. Ratliff
  • To have the power to put knowledge into action. The ‘jai’ of Thai sex workers
    J. Pollock
  • The Em- of Empowerment: Injecting pride in unwilling subjects?
    L. Agustín
  • Empowered sex workers: Do they exist?
    M. Caulfield
  • Migrant sex workers in the Netherlands speak out
    L. Brussa
  • Vietnamese sex workers in Cambodia
    M. Tep and S. Ek
  • No stray dogs. An empowerment programme in Sri Lanka
    M. Ganasinghe
  • The Moon Light project in Latvia
    T. Kurova
  • Access to quality information: A fundamental instrument
    R. Montgomery
  • “You should not tell us to use condoms, but our clients!” An extended voucher programme in Nicaragua
    A. Gorter et al.

You can download this 28 page PDF resource above. This resource is in English.