Research for Sex Work 8: Sex Work and Law Enforcement

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Research for Sex Work 8: Sex Work and Law Enforcement 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:

  • Cambodian Sex Workers Conduct their Own Research
    Carol Jenkins
  • Sex Workers Experiences With the Local Law Enforcement in South Africa
    Nicolé Fick
  • Human Rights and Legal Services for Sex Workers in Central Asian Republics: Points for Consideration
    Yury Sarankov, Vera Dite, Adrian Webster and Robin Montgomery
  • The Relationship Between Street-Based Sex Workers and the Police in the Effectiveness of HIV Prevention Strategies
    Rachel Wotton
  • Decriminalisation as Partnership: an Overview of Australia's Sex Industry Law Reform Model
    Kate Demaere
  • Regulating the World's Oldest Profession: Queensland's Experience with a Regulated Sex Industry.
    Charrlotte Woodward and Jane Fischer
  • Law Unreasonably Enforced: Experiences of Female Sex Workers in Hong Kong
    Kendy Yim
  • Sex Workers and Police in New York City
    Juhu Thukral and Alexandra Murphy
  • The Impact of New UK Legislation on Street-Based Sex Workers: Anti Social Behaviour Orders
    Teela Sanders
  • US Sponsored Entrapment
    Empower Chiang Mai

You can download this 17 page PDF resource above. This resource is in English.