Assessment of impact criminalisation of purchasing sexual services IRELAND The ISWRN objects to Lord Morrow’s comments made during Thursday the 19 September’s Good Morning Ulster radio programme concerning the recent assessment of sex purchase legislation in Northern Ireland. We view these comments as inappropriate and inaccurate. Without reference to the data and the research findings, […]
The ISWRN participated in the 12th North South Criminology Conference at University College Cork on the 2-3rd September 2019. ISWRN member conference contributions comprised their empirical, policy and theoretical research on current sex work law and policy on the Island of Ireland.
Dr Eilis Ward and Aoife Kirk discuss sex purchase laws in the Republic of Ireland in The Irish Times https://www.irishtimes.com/opinion/criminalisation-of-purchase-of-sex-punishes-wrong-person-1.3993093
Dr Susann Huschke’s research on Northern Ireland cited in The New Statesman https://www.newstatesman.com/politics/feminism/2019/08/new-law-northern-ireland-criminalises-sex-work-and-endangers-sex-workers
Members of the ISWRN board joined colleagues and friends at the Chrysalis to launch of its new website Stay Safe Work Wise on the 6th of June 2019 Chrysalis Launch 7 June 2019 StaySafeWorkWise Website https://chrysalissexworkproject.ie/