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About Lynzi Armstrong

Lynzi Armstrong is a lecturer in criminology at Victoria University of Wellington, and a passionate advocate for the rights of sex workers. She has been researching and publishing on sex work for over 10 years. Her current research focuses on exploring how stigma and discrimination manifest for sex workers in the context of diverse legislative frameworks. You can follow her on Twitter @DrLynziA.

Articles by Lynzi Armstrong

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Adam Bychawski

Adam Bychawski is an editorial assistant at openDemocracy.

Constitutional conventions: best practice

Almost legal: migrant sex work in New Zealand

New Zealand is lauded as the world's only country to fully decriminalise sex work, yet a catch makes that of little comfort to the temporary migrants working in the trade.

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