Sex Work, Drug and Alcohol Use: Bringing the Voices of Sex Workers into the Policy and Service Development Framework in Wales

This document reports on the second stage of a research project that has been carried out to provide a better understanding of the connections between sex work and drug and alcohol misuse in Wales. It details and discusses the results of a questionnaire carried out with 40 sex workers in South Wales, and in doing so enhances an understanding of problematic drug and alcohol use amongst sex workers. Recommendations are also made with the aim of improving service provision for sex workers in Wales.

Published : 17th November 2015*

Author : Tracey Sagar, Debbie Jones and Katrien Symons  [ More From This Author ]

Publisher : Swansea University  [ More From This Publisher ]

Rights : Swansea University

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