Research for Sex Work 8

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Year: 
2005

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Table of Contents

CAMBODIAN SEX WORKERS CONDUCT THEIR OWN RESEARCH - Carol Jenkins - 3

SEX WORKERS EXPERIENCES WITH THE LOCAL LAW ENFORCEMENT IN SOUTH AFRICA Nicolé Fick - 4

HUMAN RIGHTS AND LEGAL SERVICES FOR SEX WORKERS IN CENTRAL ASIAN REPUBLICS: POINTS FOR CONSIDERATION Yury Sarankov, Vera Dite, Adrian Webster, Robin Montgomery - 8

THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN STREET-BASED SEX WORKERS AND THE POLICE IN THE EFFECTIVENESS OF HIV PREVENTION STRATEGIES Rachel Wotton - 11

DECRIMINALISATION AS PARTNERSHIP: AN OVERVIEW OF AUSTRALIA’S SEX INDUSTRY LAW REFORM MODEL Kate Demaere - 14

REGULATING THE WORLD’S OLDEST PROFESSION: QUEENSLAND’S EXPERIENCE WITH A REGULATED SEX INDUSTRY Charrlotte Woodward, Jane Fischer - 16

LAW UNREASONABLY ENFORCED: EXPERIENCES OF FEMALE SEX WORKERS IN HONG KONG Kendy Yim - 19 SEX WORKERS AND POLICE IN NEW YORK CITY Juhu Thukral, Alexandra Murphy - 21

THE IMPACT OF NEW UK LEGISLATION ON STREET-BASED SEX WORKERS: ANTI SOCIAL BEHAVIOUR ORDERS Teela Sanders - 23

US SPONSORED ENTRAPMENT Empower Chiang Mai - 25

RESCUE? - 27

TENOFOVIR TRIAL AND ETHICS UPDATE - 28

LEGAL GLOSSARY - 29

ANNOUNCEMENTS - 30

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