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Erbe Healy, Amy (2024) Identifying victims of human trafficking across the island of Ireland: Who counts? Who’s counting? Who wants to be counted? Criminology & Criminal Justice , Early online .

Emanuel, E and Slater, L and Croxford, S and Edmundson, C and Ibitoye, A and Njoroge, J and Ijaz, S and Hope, V and Platt, L and Phipps, E and Desai, M (2023) Adverse health outcomes among people who inject drugs who engaged in recent sex work: findings from a national survey. Public Health , 225 , pp. 79-86.

Matheson, Catriona and Bon, Lesley and Bowman, Louise and Hannah, Adrienne and MacLeod, Katy (2022) Vulnerability, risk and harm for people who use drugs and are engaged in transactional sex. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health , 19 , (3) .

Sourinejad, Hadis and Noroozi, Mahnaz and Taleghani, Fariba and Kheirabadi, Gholam Reza (2022) Factors associated with the involvement of women drug users in risky sexual behaviors: a narrative review. Iranian Journal of Nursing and Midwifery Research , 27 , (5) , pp. 353-362.

Patel, Rita and Redmond, Niamh M and Kesten, Joanna M and Linton, Myles-Jay and Horwood, Jeremy and Wilcox, David and Munafo, Jess and Coast, Joanna and Macleod, John and Jeal, Nicola (2020) Drug Use in Street Sex worKers (DUSSK) study: results of a mixed methods feasibility study of a complex intervention to reduce illicit drug use in drug dependent female sex workers. BMJ Open , 10 , (12) , e036491.

Medina-Perucha, L and Family, H and Scott, J and Chapman, S and Dack, C (2019) Factors associated with sexual risks and risk of STIs, HIV and other blood-borne viruses among women using heroin and other drugs: a systematic literature review. AIDS and Behavior , 23 , (1) , pp. 222-251.

Bozinoff, Nikki and Luo, Lerly and Dong, Huiru and Krüsi, Andrea and DeBeck, Kora (2019) Street-involved youth engaged in sex work at increased risk of syringe sharing. AIDS Care , 31 , (1) , pp. 69-76.

Platt, Lucy and Grenfell, Pippa and Meiksin, Rebecca and Elmes, Jocelyn and Sherman, Susan G and Sanders, Teela and Mwangi, Peninah and Crago, Anna-Louise (2018) Associations between sex work laws and sex workers' health: a systematic review and meta-analysis of quantitative and qualitative studies. PLoS Medicine , 15 , (12) , e1002680.

Jeal, Nicola and Patel, Rita and Redmond, Niamh M and Kesten, Joanna M and Ramsden, Sophie and Macleod, John and Coast, Joanna and Telfer, Maggie and Wilcox, David and Nowland, Gill and Horwood, Jeremy (2018) Drug use in street sex workers (DUSSK) study protocol: a feasibility and acceptability study of a complex intervention to reduce illicit drug use in drug-dependent female street sex workers. BMJ Open , 8 , (11) , e022728.

Boyd, Jade and Richardson, Lindsey and Anderson, Solanna and Kerr, Thomas and Small, Will and McNeil, Ryan (2018) Transitions in income generation among marginalized people who use drugs: a qualitative study on recycling and vulnerability to violence. International Journal of Drug Policy , 59 , pp. 36-43.

Neale, Joanne and Tompkins, Charlotte N E and Marshall, Alison D and Treloar, Carla and Strang, John (2018) Do women with complex alcohol and other drug use histories want women-only residential treatment? Addiction , 113 , (6) , pp. 989-997.

Wurcel, Alysse G and Burke, Deirdre and Skeer, Margie and Landy, David and Heimer, Robert and Wong, John B and Chui, Kenneth K H and Stopka, Thomas J (2018) Sex work, injection drug use, and abscesses: associations in women, but not men. Drug and Alcohol Dependence , 185 , pp. 293-297.

Moynihan, Melissa and Mitchell, Katherine and Pitcher, Claire and Havaei, Farinaz and Ferguson, Max and Saewyc, Elizabeth (2018) A systematic review of the state of the literature on sexually exploited boys internationally. Child Abuse & Neglect , 76 , pp. 440-451.

Cook, Mekeila C and Barnert, Elizabeth and Ijadi-Maghsoodi, Roya and Ports, Kayleen and Bath, Eraka (2018) Exploring mental health and substance use treatment needs of commercially sexually exploited youth participating in a specialty juvenile court. Behavioral Medicine , 44 , (3) , pp. 242-249.

Landsberg, Adina and Shannon, Kate and Krüsi, Andrea and DeBeck, Kora and Milloy, M-J and Nosova, Ekaterina and Kerr, Thomas and Hayashi, Kanna (2017) Criminalizing sex work clients and rushed negotiations among sex workers who use drugs in a Canadian setting. Journal of Urban Health , 94 , (4) , pp. 563-571.

O'Carroll, Austin and Irving, N and O'Neill, J and Flanagan, E (2017) A review of a GP registrar-run mobile health clinic for homeless people. Irish Journal of Medical Science , 186 , (3) , pp. 541-546.

Lutnick, Alexandra and Harris, Jennie and Lorvick, Jennifer and Cheng, Helen and Wenger, Lynn D and Bourgois, Philippe and Kral, Alex H (2015) Examining the associations between sex trade involvement, rape, and symptomatology of sexual abuse trauma. Journal of Interpersonal Violence , 30 , (11) , pp. 1847-63.

Keane, Martin (2015) Ruhama annual report 2013. Drugnet Ireland , Issue 52, Winter 2014 , p. 23.

Keane, Martin (2014) Ruhama annual report 2012. Drugnet Ireland , Issue 49, Spring 2014 , pp. 27-28.

Connolly, Johnny (2014) Problem solving justice – establishing a community court in Dublin. Drugnet Ireland , Issue 49, Spring 2014 , pp. 18-19.

McCabe, Ian and Acree, Michael and O'Mahony, Finbarr and McCabe, Jenny and Kenny, Jean and Twyford, Jennifer and Quigley, Karen and McGlanaghy, Edel (2011) Male street prostitution in Dublin: a psychological analysis. Journal of Homosexuality , 58 , (8) , pp. 998-1021.

Whitaker, Teresa and Ryan, Paul and Cox, Gemma (2011) Stigmatization among drug-using sex workers accessing support services in Dublin. Qualitative Health Research , 21 , (8) , pp. 1086-1100.

Hawthorne, Emma (2011) Women in Northern Ireland involved in prostitution. Irish Probation Journal , 8 , pp. 142-163.

Beard, Jennifer and Biemba, Godfrey and Brooks, Mohamad I and Costello, Jill and Ommerborn, Mark and Bresnahan, Megan and Flynn, David and Simon, Jonathon L (2010) Children of female sex workers and drug users: a review of vulnerability, resilience and family-centred models of care. Journal of the International AIDS Society , 13 Suppl 2 , S6.

Connolly, Johnny (2010) Debt-related intimidation of drug users and their families. Drugnet Ireland , Issue 33, Spring 2010 , p. 18.

Li, Qing and Li, Xiaoming and Stanton, Bonita (2010) Alcohol use among female sex workers and male clients: an integrative review of global literature. Alcohol and Alcoholism , 45 , (2) , pp. 188-99.

Cusick, Linda and McGarry, Kathryn and Perry, Georgina and Kilcommons, Sian (2010) Drug services for sex workers: approaches in England and Ireland. Safer Communities , 9 , (4) , pp. 32-39.

Dunne, Mary (2009) Drug-using sex workers exposed to multiple risks and harms. Drugnet Ireland , Issue 31, Autumn 2009 , pp. 20-21.

Dunne, Mary (2009) NACD conference on drug use, sex work and risk. Drugnet Ireland , Issue 31, Autumn 2009 , p. 21.

Enright, Frances and Boyle, Therese and Murphy, J (2007) Babies behind bars; an Irish perspective. Irish Medical Journal , 100 , (1) , pp. 327-328.

Keane, Martin (2005) The Next Step Initiative. Drugnet Ireland , Issue 15, Autumn 2005 , pp. 9-10.

Haasen, Christian and Prinzleve, Michael and Zurhold, Heike and Rehm, Jürgen and Guttinger, Franziska and Fischer, Gabriele and Jagsch, Reinhold and Olsson, B and Ekendahl, Mats and Verster, Annette and Camposeragna, Antonella and Pezous, Ann-Marie and Gossop, Michael and Manning, Victoria and Cox, Gemma and Ryder, Niamh and Gerevich, Jozsef and Bacskai, Erika and Casas, Miguel and Matali, Josep Lluis and Krausz, Michael (2004) Cocaine use in Europe - a multi-centre study. European Addiction Research , 10 , (4) , pp. 139-146.

McDonnell, RJ and McDonnell, PM and O'Neill, M and Mulcahy, Fiona (1998) Health risk profile of prostitutes in Dublin. International Journal of STD & AIDS , 9 , pp. 485-488.

Melby, V and Boore, JRP and Murray, M (1992) Acquired immunodeficiency syndrome: knowledge and attitudes of nurses in Northern Ireland. Journal of Advanced Nursing , 17 , (9) , pp. 1068-1077.


Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS. (2024) New HIV infections among key populations, proportions in 2010 and 2022. Geneva: Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS.

Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS. (2023) Let communities lead — UNAIDS World AIDS Day report 2023. Geneva: Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS.

Morton, Sarah and Gallagher, Blaithin and McLoughlin, Emma (2023) 'You can't fix this in six months': the intersectionality of women's substance use in the Irish context. Dublin: University College Dublin and Merchants Quay Ireland.

Ruhama. (2023) Ruhama annual report 2022. Dublin: Ruhama.

Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS. (2022) Dangerous inequalities: World AIDS Day report 2022. Geneva: Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS.

Minescu, Anca and Stoica, Billie and Zubareva, Anastasiia and Leacy, Becky and Leahy, Patricia and Paulon, Tainara and Clifford, Nichola and Pereira, Naiara and Berry, Adeline (2022) I must be some person: accounts from street sex workers in Ireland. Limerick: University of Limerick.

Fitzpatrick, Finbarr (2022) The landscape of substance misuse and its impact on the communities of Tallaght’s Drugs and Alcohol Task Force. Dublin: Tallaght Drug & Alcohol Task Force.

National Institute for Health and Care Excellence. (2022) Interventions to reduce the acquisition and transmission of STIs in higher risk groups: reducing sexually transmitted infections (STIs): evidence review A. London: National Institute for Health and Care Excellence.

Ruhama. (2022) Ruhama annual report 2021. Dublin: Ruhama.

Amnesty International. (2022) “We live within a violent system.” Structural violence against sex workers in Ireland. London: Amnesty International.

Rouhani, Saba and Tomko, Catherine and Weicker, Noelle P and Sherman, Susan G (2021) Evaluation of prosecutorial policy reforms eliminating criminal penalties for drug possession and sex work in Baltimore, Maryland. Baltimore, MD: Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health.

Ivers, Jo-Hanna and Giulini, Francesca and Paul, Gillian (2021) Supporting women to access appropriate treatment study. Dublin: Trinity College Dublin.

UNAIDS. (2021) End Inequalities. End AIDS. Global AIDS Strategy 2021- 2026. Geneva: UNAIDS.

Ruhama. (2021) Ruhama annual report 2020. Dublin: Ruhama.

O’Connor, Monica and Breslin, Ruth (2020) Shifting the burden of criminality. An analysis of the Irish sex trade in the context of prostitution law reform. Dublin: The Sexual Exploitation Research Programme UCD.

Ruhama. (2020) Ruhama annual report 2019. Dublin: Ruhama.

Ruhama. (2020) Ruhama annual report 2018. Dublin: Ruhama.

McGarry, Kathryn and Ryan, Paul (2020) Sex worker lives under the law. A community engaged study of access to health and justice in Ireland. Dublin: HIV Ireland.

White, Howard (2020) Policy brief 6: Effectiveness of interventions to reduce substance abuse. Oslo: Campbell Collaboration.

Anti-Human Trafficking Unit, Department of Justice and Equality. (2018) Trafficking in human beings in Ireland annual report 2016. Dublin: Department of Justice and Equality.

Eurostat. (2018) Handbook on the compilation of statistics on illegal economic activities in national accounts and balance of payments. Luxembourg: Publications Office of the European Union.

Ruhama. (2015) Ruhama annual report 2014. Dublin: Ruhama.

McNeish, Di and Scott, Sara (2014) Women and girls at risk. Evidence across the life course. London: DMSS Research.

Ruhama. (2014) Ruhama annual report 2013. Dublin: Ruhama.

Ruhama. (2013) Ruhama annual report 2012. Dublin: Ruhama.

Ruhama. (2012) Ruhama annual report 2011. Dublin: Ruhama.

National Treatment Agency for Substance Misuse. (2012) Estimating the crime reduction benefits of drug treatment and recovery. London: National Treatment Agency for Substance Misuse.

National Treatment Agency for Substance Misuse. (2012) The impact of drug treatment on reconviction. London: National Treatment Agency for Substance Misuse.

World Health Organization, HIV Programme. (2012) Prevention and treatment of HIV and other sexually transmitted infections for sex workers in low- and middle-income countries. Recommendations for a public health approach. Geneva: World Health Organization.

Ruhama. (2011) Ruhama 2010 statistics report. Dublin: Ruhama.

Nelson, W and McGrath, K and Giaquinto, F (2010) Review of service provision for women involved in prostitution in Dublin 24. Dublin: Tallaght Drugs Task Force.

National Advisory Committee on Drugs. Cox, Gemma and Whitaker, Teresa (2009) Drug use, sex work and the risk environment in Dublin. Dublin: Stationery Office.

Ruhama. (2009) Ruhama. Biennial report 2009. Dublin: Ruhama.

Gaffney, Justin and Velcevsky, Petr and Phoenix, Jo and Schiffer, Katrin (2008) Practical guidelines for delivering health services to sex workers. Amsterdam: Foundation Regenboog AMOC.

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

Grimes, Tara (2001) 'Such a taboo'. An analysis of service need and service provision for males in prostitution in the Eastern Region. Dublin: Irish Network Male Prostitution & East Coast Area Health Board.

O'Neil, Mary and O'Connor, Ann Marie (1999) Drug using women working in prostitution: outreach work with a 'hard to reach group'. Dublin: Eastern Health Board.

Quinlan, Michael (1999) Male prostitution: what is the best approach? A strategy document for working with males in prostitution in the Eastern Health Board and compilation of national and international reports. Dublin: Eastern Health Board.

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.

Mid-Western Health Board. Child and Family Support Services. (1998) Prostitution in the Mid-West region. Limerick: Mid-Western Health Board.

Quinlan, Michael and Wyse, David and O'Connor, Ann Marie (1997) Men in prostitution. Dublin: Gay Men's Health Project and Eastern Health Board.

Eastern Health Board. (1997) Report of Working Party on Children in Prostitution. (Unpublished) Dublin: Eastern Health Board.

O'Connor, Ann Marie (1996) Women working in prostitution: towards a healthier future. Second report prepared for EUROPAP and the Eastern Health Board (Women's Health Project). [Dublin]: [Women's Education Research and Resource Centre, University College Dublin].

Dail Debates

[Oireachtas] Seanad Eireann debate. Criminal Law (Sexual Offences) Bill 2015 [Seanad]: Second Stage (Resumed). (03 Nov 2016)

[Oireachtas] Joint Committee on Justice, Defence and Equality debate: Review of legislation on prostitution: discussion (resumed) (continued). (16 Jan 2013)

[Oireachtas] Joint Committee on Justice, Defence and Equality Debate - Review of legislation on prostitution: Discussion (continued). (12 Dec 2012)


Buxton, Julia and Margo, Giavana and Burger, Lona, eds. (2020) The impact of global drug policy on women: shifting the needle. Emerald .

Chrysalis. (2009) Stay safe... work wise. Safety for working women. Dublin: Chrysalis CDP .

Book Section

Roelands, Marc (2010) Monitoring illicit drug use among female sex workers in Europe, 2000-2008. In: Scientific report 2008/2009. Brussels: Scientific Institute of Public Health , pp. 35-40.

Conference or Workshop Item

Murphy, Karen (2010) Communities of interest - female sex workers. In: Community drugs problem: defining the problem - defending the responses conference, 15 October 2010, Dublin.


[thejournal.ie] , MacNamee, Garreth Revealed: The human trafficking heroin gang behind an acid attack on a drugs garda. (16 Jul 2018)

[thejournal.ie] , Duffin, Tony 'She was frantic, her boyfriend had assaulted her and was going to make her do sex work'. (29 Apr 2018)

[Irish Examiner] , Cahill, Ann Ireland to include prostitution, drugs, and smuggled cigarettes in GDP. (22 Oct 2014)

[thejournal.ie] Drugs and prostitution will be measured in Ireland’s next GDP figures. (24 Jun 2014)

[Irish Examiner] , O'Keeffe, Cormac Prostitutes suffer more behind closed doors. (08 Nov 2013)

[Irish Independent] , Cusack, Jim Three-quarters of Irish prostitutes have gone to college. (22 Sep 2013)

[Irish Examiner] , O'Keeffe, Cormac Moves to criminalise buying sex welcomed. (28 Jun 2013)

[Irish Examiner] , O'Keeffe, Cormac Doctor: All of society uses prostitutes. (24 Jan 2013)

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