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Sex Work and the New Zealand Social Model: Decriminalization and Social Change
July 29 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Sex Work and the New Zealand Social Model: Decriminalization and Social Change by Lynzi Armstrong & Gillian Abel.
Wednesday July 29th
12pm noon onwards
(45 – 60 minutes with time for questions)
The 2 editors of the book will talk about the decriminalization of sex work in NZ, it’s impacts, and enduring issues such as a stigma, and the exclusion of migrant sex workers, based on our new book published by Bristol University Press.
Lynzi Armstrong is Senior Lecturer in Criminology at Victoria University of Wellington.
Gillian Abel is Professor and Head of the Department of Population Health at the University of Otago.
This is run in conjunction & in the same venue as the Sex workers of Aotearoa event held at the Depot Artspace.
FREE EVENT. All Welcome.
“A significant collection written by scholars, activists and sex workers which debunks the myths of decriminalisation. It critically engages with the impact of the New Zealand model, a huge part of the global decriminalisation movement.” Teela Sanders, University of Leicester
“This is an original contribution to the debates on New Zealand’s decriminalised regime. The authors present an innovative examination of a legal model with international appeal.” Jane Scoular, Strathclyde University