A Swansea University research project which aims to develop support services for student sex workers in Wales is to hold a symposium which will focus on sex work and well-being.
This free event which will discuss key issues affecting the health and well-being of student sex workers may be of interest to those working with sex workers, policy-makers, sexual health practitioners, student support services and student union representatives.
Date: Wednesday 1st of May 2013
Time: 2 pm – 4.30 pm
Venue: Lecture Theatre - Glyndwr E, Swansea University
The speakers at the event will be:
- Dr Tracey Sagar: Principal Investigator, ‘The Student Sex Work Project’, Swansea University - Meeting the safety needs of student sex workers: cross sector collaboration and referral mechanisms
- Sam Geuens: Clinical Sexologist, Flemish Society for Sexology – Belgium Sex work and sexual well-being: sexual boundaries and implications for sex workers and health professionals.
- Becky Adams: Independent Sex Work Consultant - Motivations and need: promoting learning and understanding about young people engaged in the sex markets
- Professor Chris Morris: Newport Film School - The complexities of sex work: challenges for creative dissemination
To register for this event please contact The Student Sex Work Project firstname.lastname@example.org with your name, contact details and organisation.
For more information:
Twitter: @TSSWP or join our Facebook group at facebook.com/thestudentsexworkproject
To speak to the project team in confidence please visit www.thestudentsexworkproject.co.uk
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