In the past four months more than 2, arrests have been made. Core category 2: Institutionalised violence, coercion, and extortion, and restricted access to justice Studies showed that policing practices in contexts of criminalisation and regulation institutionalised violence against sex workers, both directly through police inflicting physical or sexual violence or demanding fines in lieu of arrest, and indirectly by restricting access to justice and thus creating an environment of impunity for perpetrators of violence [ 97, — ].
Content analysis. Screening clients in a decriminalised street-based sex industry: insights into the experiences of New Zealand sex workers.
Not specified see aim. Sex workers recruited through NGOs and sex work sites including hair salons, massage parlours, and street-based locations. Recruited via sex worker organisations. To examine the social context of workplace violence and risk avoidance in the context of legal regulation meant to reduce harms associated with sex work.
Findings clearly show that criminally enforced regulatory models create major disparities within sex worker communities, possibly enabling access to safer conditions for some but excluding the large majority who remain under a system of criminalisation, including trans women, cis men, people who use drugs, migrant populations, and often sex workers operating in outdoor environments, who are at increased risk of HIV in many settings [ 8190].
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By , however, she declared that hunger strikes were mere publicity stunts and that militant activists were "the chief obstacles in the way of the success of the suffrage movement in the House of Commons. Krusi, [ ] Vancouver, Canada De facto criminalisation of clients.
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