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TSA Consultancy. Lawless, Kerry and Wayne, Anne (2005) The Next Step Initiative. Research report on barriers affecting women in prostitution. Dublin: Ruhama.

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The Next Step Initiative was a project undertaken by Ruhama and funded by the Department of Justice, Equality and Law Reform under the Equality for Women Measure.

The aim of The Next Step Initiative (NSI) was to develop a model of intervention that would support women involved in prostitution in accessing the social economy, community education or local employment. The interventions would be informed by research carried out with the women involved in prostitution as well as with various agencies to identify the range of barriers that affects them.

The Next Step Initiative Report is the result of that research. The research gives voice to women who, in the main, have no opportunity in this society to express their experiences and to lobby for the understanding, supports and resources they need.


Item Type
Report
Date
2005
Call No
MM22.4, VH4.2
Pages
ii, 16
Publisher
Ruhama
Corporate Creators
TSA Consultancy
Place of Publication
Dublin
Keywords
female, Ireland, prostitution, prostitution
Notes
Main report published with folder (same title) containing separate A4 leaflets describing aspects of publisher's work on main report
EndNote
Accession Number
HRB 2892 (Available)

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