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Beyond criminalization : sex work, human rights and a new framework for law reform : full report / authors: Mary Childs [and fourteen others] ; editors: Naomi Brunemeyer, Karen Mirsky, Sean Rossiter.

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Canadian Policing Research Catalogue

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Sex work, human rights and a new framework for law reform : full report

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1 online resource (229 pages)

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"June 2006".

Summary

This report examines how employment and labour standards can be used to provide rights and protections for workers in the sex industry. In addition to this key topic, this report considers other relevant areas of law, including: occupational health and safety, municipal, tax, immigration, human rights, family, company, and social welfare law.

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