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European Network for HIV/ STD Prevention in Prostitution. (1998) Hustling for health: developing services for sex workers in Europe. London: European Network for HIV/ STD Prevention in Prostitution.

"How do you begin to address the sexual health needs of commercial sex workers (CSWs)? Here you will find (most of) the answers. This immensely practical book is essential for those setting up an outreach service, or simply wishing to know more about commercial sex work. It is the outcome of a series of projects and workshops, written by workers providing services to CSWs throughout Europe, and draws from the lessons learnt by these pioneering workers and clients. It is written with great clarity and frankness. The A4 layout is bold, imaginative, and attractive, with illustrations of promotional literature. Its European inclusiveness means that sadly it cannot be specific regarding, for example, the law as it applies to commercial sex. It does, however, give the broad framework with which providers must acquaint themselves wherever they work. It takes us through the steps; sources of funding, the scope of the service, useful contacts, where to make contact with CSWs, and so on. Importantly, in the current climate there are sections on evaluation and monitoring of the service, the legal and political context of the work, and dealing with the media. It stresses the heterogeneous nature of commercial sex workers whether male, female, or transsex, and the spectrum of commercial sex venues. Peer educator programmes are covered in some detail."


Item Type
Report
Publication Type
International, Report
Drug Type
Opioid
Intervention Type
Prevention, Harm reduction
Date
1998
Call No
MM22.4, VH4
Pages
84 p.
Publisher
European Network for HIV/ STD Prevention in Prostitution
Corporate Creators
European Network for HIV/ STD Prevention in Prostitution
Place of Publication
London
Notes
Contains figures, illustrations and appendices.
EndNote
Accession Number
HRB 2718 (Available)

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