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Sex Workers and Sex Work in South Africa

A Guide for Journalists and Writers
1 Dec 14 Sex Work
Sonke Gender Justice (2014). Sex Workers and Sex Work in South Africa: A Guide for Journalists and Writers. Sonke Gender Justice, Sisonke Sex Workers Movement, Sex Worker Education and Advocacy Taskforce, and Women's Legal Resource Centre: Cape Town, South Africa.

The Guide has been compiled for journalists and writers involved in reporting on sex work. It sets out basic facts about the sex work industry in South Africa and contains sections on appropriate terminology, use of images and respectful interviewing techniques.

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