Research for Sex Work 6

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2003

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Table of Contents

100% Condom Use Programmes: empowerment or abuse? – P. Longo and M. Ditmore - 3

Brothel raids in Indonesia. Ideal solution or further violation? – R. Surtees - 5

"We don’t want rescue, we want our rights!” Experiences on antitrafficking efforts in Thailand – Ping Pong - 8

Sex work and the law in Namibia: a culture-sensitive approach – D. Hubbard and E. Zimba - 10

Why sex workers believe ‘Smaller is Better’. The faulty implementation of decriminalization in New South Wales, Australia –E. Red & Saul - 12

Three years of Dutch legalization Consequences for legal and undocumented sex workers – L. Brussa - 14

Everything under control (?!) Regulation, stress factors and health consequences of prostitution in Austria – L. Caixeta - 17

The regulation of STI/HIV/AIDS control among sex workers in two cities along the southern border of Mexico – S. Cuadra, R. Leyva, D. Hernandez and M. Bronfman - 18

Human rights violations: The acceptance of violence against sex workers in New York – M. Ditmore and C. Poulcallec- Gordon - 20

Restoring human dignity: The first step to effective, and programming with street-based sex workers – A. Campbell, C. Poulcallec-Gordon & S. Witte - 22

HIV prevention and rights awareness for transgender sex workers in Argentina – F. Pardo and L. Vargas Cornejo - 25

Absence of rights for women in prostitution in India – a major obstacle to improving their health – M. Seshu - 27

Labour organizing in the sex industry: The way forward? The IUSW experience – J. Clamen and
A. Lopes - 29

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