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‘I Have a Right to My Own Body’: How Project ROSE Tries to ‘Save’ Sex Workers

Last year, Monica Jones was targeted as part of Project ROSE, an "arrest alternative" anti-prostitution program.

Last year, Monica Jones was targeted as part of Project ROSE, an “arrest alternative” anti-prostitution program. As Jones’ trial starts, here’s a look at how Project ROSE operates.

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California’s Prop 35: A Misguided Ballot Initiative Targeting the Wrong People for the Wrong Reasons

Photo: Steve Rhodes/flickr.

California voters hold the power this Election Day to decide if many thousands of people convicted of prostitution-related offenses in their state must now register as sex offenders.

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U.S. Policy and the Unjust Approach to Human Trafficking of the International Justice Mission

When you picture a human rights defender, are they carrying handcuffs? Are they removing you from your home or workplace and directing you into a police van?

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Part of the Solution: Youth in Sex Work and the Sex Trade

In response to increased calls for prohibitions on sex work at a Congressional hearing and  intensified campaigns against the internet sex trade, Third Wave Foundation released its position statement on young people engaged in sex work.

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Resisting the Sex Panic: Sex Workers Struggle for Evidence-Based Regulation in Nevada

In rural Nevada, the possible expansion of the brothel industry has sex workers hoping to be given a central role in governing their own industry, rather than being seen as at-risk women who require protection from themselves.

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