Condoms and sexual health education as evidence: impact of criminalization of in-call venues and managers on migrant sex workers access to HIV/STI prevention in a Canadian setting
OPEN BMC international health and human rights | 20 Nov 2016
S Anderson, K Shannon, J Li, Y Lee, J Chettiar, S Goldenberg and A Krüsi
Despite a large body of evidence globally demonstrating that the criminalization of sex workers increases HIV/STI risks, we know far less about the impact of criminalization and policing of managers and in-call establishments on HIV/STI prevention among sex workers, and even less so among migrant sex workers.
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