Event: Sex Work Symposium – Sex as Work; Entertainment and Leisure (Feb)

‘Deviant’ Policy Paradigm: Sex as Work; Entertainment and Leisure

12.30 – 16.00 Wednesday 8th February 2012
Venue: Room 248, Grove Building, Swansea University

Learn about the findings from an ESRC funded project on lap dancing

Initial findings April 2011 and Visual Summary Findings

Dancers Talk about Working Conditions</

Special Reports from Leeds Social Science Institute

Chair: Dr Tracey Sagar

Confirmed contributors:

Dr Teela Sanders, Leeds University
Rosie Campbell, Leeds University
Debbie Jones, Swansea University
Dr Nick Mai, London Metropolitan University
Louise Clark, Gibran UK
Emma Harris, Gibran UK
Nicola Evans, Cardiff and Vale UHB Service Planning

The symposium is free, and supported by the Centre for Criminal Justice and Criminology and the School of Law in association with the Welsh Centre for Crime and Social Justice

To book a place please phone 01792 602037 or e-mail t.l.m.sanders@leeds.ac.uk


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