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作者:Sharmila Parmanand
来源:[J].Anti-Trafficking Review, 2019, (12)
摘要:The Philippine Sex Workers Collective is an organisation of current and former sex workers who reject the criminalisation of sex work and the dominant portrayal of sex workers as victims. Based on my interviews with leaders of the Collective and fifty other sex workers ...
作者:Alex Tigchelaar
来源:[J].Anti-Trafficking Review, 2019, (12)
摘要:Sex workers are subjects of intrigue in urban and creative economies. Tours of active, deteriorating, or defunct red-light districts draw thousands of tourists every year in multiple municipalities around the world. When cities celebrate significant anniversaries in their hi...
作者:Elene Lam , Annalee Lepp
来源:[J].Anti-Trafficking Review, 2019, (12)
摘要:Drawing on knowledge gleaned from over four years of community organising and from the ongoing compilation of the experiences of Asian and migrant sex workers in Canada, this article presents a case study of the work of Butterfly, a migrant sex worker-led and sex worker-focused o...
作者:Dr Alexandra Lutnick
来源:[J].Anti-Trafficking Review, 2019, (12)
摘要:This article presents a case study of how sex worker and anti-trafficking organisations and activists in San Francisco, California, worked together to develop and pass the ‘Prioritizing Safety for Sex Workers Policy’. This policy, as enacted by the San Francisco District Att...
作者:Ntokozo Yingwana , Dr Rebecca Walker , Alex Etchart
来源:[J].Anti-Trafficking Review, 2019, (12)
摘要:In South Africa, the conflation of sex work with human trafficking means that migrant/mobile sex workers are often framed as victims of trafficking while arguments for the decriminalisation of sex work are discounted due to claims about the risks of increased trafficking. Th...
作者:Amalia L. Cabezas
来源:[J].Anti-Trafficking Review, 2019, (12)
摘要:This article challenges the notion that the organised sex worker movement originated in the Global North. Beginning in Havana, Cuba at the end of the nineteenth century, sex workers in the Latin America and Caribbean (LAC) region have been organising for recognition and labo...
作者:Leo Bernardo Villar
来源:[J].Anti-Trafficking Review, 2019, (12)
摘要:This article examines the working conditions in sex and entertainment work in Thailand using the Unacceptable Forms of Work (UFW) Framework. Criminalisation of sex work and insufficient oversight of labour conditions increase the vulnerability of sex workers to police harassment;...
作者:Meghan Peterson , Bella Robinson , Elena Shih
来源:[J].Anti-Trafficking Review, 2019, (12)
摘要:On 11 April 2018, the Fight Online Sex Trafficking Act (FOSTA) was signed into law in the United States. FOSTA introduced new provisions to amend the Communications Act of 1934 so that websites can be prosecuted if they engage ‘in the promotion or facilitation of prostitutio...
作者:Simanti Dasgupta
来源:[J].Anti-Trafficking Review, 2019, (12)
摘要:Drawing on ethnographic work with Durbar Mahila Samanwaya Committee (DMSC), a grassroots sex worker organisation in Sonagachi, the iconic red-light district in Kolkata, India, this paper explores the politics of the detritus generated by raids as a form of state violence. Wh...
作者:Nadia van der Linde
来源:[J].Anti-Trafficking Review, 2019, (12)
摘要:I remember my first self-organised donor panel well. It was at the Global Social Change Philanthropy Conference in Washington, DC in 2013. I had just started work as the first coordinator of the Red Umbrella Fund—the newly established fund for and by sex workers. I organised...

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