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.
100% Condom Use Programmes: empowerment or abuse?
P. Longo and M. Ditmore
Brothel raids in Indonesia. Ideal solution or further violation?
"We don’t want rescue, we want our rights!” Experiences on antitrafficking efforts in Thailand
Sex work and the law in Namibia: a culture-sensitive approach
D. Hubbard and E. Zimba
Why sex workers believe ‘Smaller is Better’. The faulty implementation of decriminalization in New South Wales, Australia
E. Red & Saul
Three years of Dutch legalization Consequences for legal and undocumented sex workers
Everything under control (?!) Regulation, stress factors and health consequences of prostitution in Austria
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
Human rights violations: The acceptance of violence against sex workers in New York
M. Ditmore and C. Poulcallec- Gordon
Restoring human dignity: The first step to effective, and programming with street-based sex workers
A. Campbell, C. Poulcallec-Gordon & S. Witte
HIV prevention and rights awareness for transgender sex workers in Argentina
F. Pardo and L. Vargas Cornejo
Absence of rights for women in prostitution in India – a major obstacle to improving their health
Labour organizing in the sex industry: The way forward? The IUSW experience
J. Clamen and A. Lopes
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