It’s time for the anti-trafficking sector to stand up for decriminalisation of sex work

Published in: 24 June 2019 Written by: BTS Anonymous All articles by: BTS Anonymous

UK politicians want to prevent trafficking by criminalising the clients of sex workers. The anti-trafficking sector has a duty to stop them.

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Sex workers speak: who listens?

Gendered, racist, classist, homophobic, and transphobic violence haunts the world of sex work, and many of us believe that states, intergovernmental organisations, and NGOs should do more to help. Yet a lot is being done, the problem is the efficacy of these interventions. This volume addresses the violence, exploitation, abuse, and trafficking present in the sex industries, but it does so from the perspective of sex workers themselves.

Sex workers speak: who listens?

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