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About Fraser Crichton

Fraser Crichton is a freelance writer and documentary photographer living in Melbourne. He works on projects with sex workers in Australia and New Zealand that examine stigma and collective power.

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Constitutional conventions: best practice

Despenalización del trabajo sexual en Nueva Zelanda: su historia e impacto

La experiencia de Nueva Zelanda de despenalización del trabajo sexual ofrece una alternativa práctica al frecuentemente citado Modelo Sueco. ¿Podría apuntar a una forma de avanzar más general? English

Little tolerance for zero tolerance: prostitution reform in Scotland

A new bill seeks to shift Scotland from zero tolerance of prostitution to full decriminalisation. Can it successfully make the transition to the New Zealand model?

Decriminalising sex work in New Zealand: its history and impact

The New Zealand experience of decriminalised sex work offers a practical alternative to the often-cited Swedish Model. Might it point to a more general way forward? Español

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