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Redefining Sex Work in the Republic of Georgia

Platais, Ingrida

The government of Georgia, while complying with current international standards to eradicate human trafficking, has inadvertently neglected the needs of female sex workers. By redefining sex work as a profession and an employment option for women in Georgia, international policy and programming can reduce harm while confronting women’s economic realities.

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Columbia Social Work Review

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Social Work
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April 22, 2019
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