Update: 11/03/2020. Regretfully, this event has been cancelled, due the ongoing and evolving Coronavirus issue and a number of withdrawals already from the programme. We hope that we will have another opportunity soon to showcase and discuss important current sex work research. Maynooth University, Ireland Friday March 13th 2020 The Sex Work Research Hub and […]
Second Annual Laura Lee Lecture The ISWRN is pleased to announce the second annual Laura Lee Sex Workers’ Human Right Lecture will be held at Kingston University, London 28th of November 2019 18:00-20:-00 Keynote: Professor Nick Mai Discussants: Nikki Adams (ECP – English Collective of Prostitutes) Victoria Holt (SWARM – Sex Worker Advocacy and Resistance […]
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.
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/
Dr Lynzi Armstrong from the School of Social and Cultural Studies, Wellington New Zealand visited the ISWRN on the 20th of May 2019. Dr Armstrong discussed her new research project on stigma, law and sex work at an event at University College Cork. Dr Armstrong’s new research will focus on the Island of Ireland and […]