Selling Sex in Cape Town

Date: February 18, 2013
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Are women tricked into sex work? How control do they have over their working conditions? Are sex workers able to leave if they want to? The answers to these and many other questions about the sex work industry can be found in this book.
This two year study by the Institute for Security Studies and the Sex Worker Education and Advocacy task Force is the first complete survey and analysis of the sex work industry in a South African city, Cape Town. It analyses numbers, earnings, working conditions and various aspects of exploitation of both street based and brothel based sex workers, and makes recommendations on how exploitation of sex workers can be prevented.
As human trafficking into prostitution is of concern both in South Africa and worldwide, the book examines and reports on the extent to which trafficking is a feature of the sex work industry in Cape Town.

ISBN: 978-1-920114-31-2
Publisher: Institute for Security Studies
Year of Publication: 2008

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