Calogero Giametta is a sociologist with a research focus on gender, sexuality and the political economy of migration. His work specifically analyses anti-human trafficking interventions and the right of asylum. He is a research fellow within the ERC-funded project 'Sexual Humanitarianism: Migration, Sex Work and Trafficking’, Kingston University, London (in partnership with Aix-Marseille University).
Repressing sex work in France in the name of women’s rights and migrants’ control
France’s shift to the Nordic model of sex work is a sign of deeper issues lurking just beneath the surface.
Searching for the entrance to France’s ‘prostitution exit programme’
The French Prostitution Act offers the country’s sex workers a way out, but the programme is picky about who it accepts.
The impact of the 'Swedish model' in France: chronicle of a disaster foretold
What happens when policymakers are guided by their biases, instead of the voices of the people they are trying to help?