Sex Trafficking: A Media Guide by Tara Burns on March 24, 2016
Part 1: New Zealand’s decriminalisation explained by Tim Barnett 2011
Part 2: New Zealand’s decriminalisation explained by Tim Barnett- 2011
Former New Zealand parliament member Tim Barnett speaks about the process of getting prostitution decriminalized in New Zealand. July 2010 SORRY THIS LINK IS NO LONGER AVAILABLE
Meeting John Much has been said and written about the sex trade industry and the women who work in it. But Johns — the men who pay for sex — have always been something of a mystery. Now, new research paints a picture of who the Johns are.
Rhode Island Talk Radio takes on the prostitution legislation May 21, 2009
Rhode Island Talk Radio May 19, 2009-Tara Hurley, Producer of “Happy Endings” Documentary, talks about her documentary on Asian Spa’s and human trafficking. Also “Chris” featured in film calls in and Representative Giannini calls in at end of podcast to challenge Tara on things she said in the interview.
May Day 2009 Edmonton Canada Industrial Workers of the World
Yale Law School’s 15th Annual Rebellious Lawyering February 20-22, 2009. Panelist for Sex Sells, But Should We Sell Sex?
Reb Law 09 Introduction with Andrea Ritchie Pt. 1
Starchild and Maxine on the ballot measure for November 2008 in San Francisco
Proposition K on National Public Radio 2008
BlogtalkRadio on First Offender Prostitution Program
Sex Workers against rape
Blog Talk Radio Sex Workers Outreach Project Ease
Also broadcast on the Sex Workers Internet Radio Lounge-Sex Workers Emerging Identities in Collective Organizing: Past, Present and Future, featuring Professor Gregor Gall in was broadcast live on
Sex Worker Internet Radio Lounge S.W.I.R.L Monday January 7, 2008 from Laney College Oakland California
Vidoe Part #1 of Gregor Gall’s talk at Laney College Jan. 7th 2008
Video Part #2 of Gregor Gall’s talk at Laney College Jan. 7th 2008
Gall is the author of Sex Worker Union Organizing – an International Study (Palgrave Macmillan 2006) which steps beyond the usual discourse by recognizing the relevance of organizing sex industry workers union labor style.
International Day to End Violence Against Sex Workers press conference on the steps of San Francisco City Hall 12/17/07 video #1
International Day to End Violence Against Sex Workers press conference on the steps of San Francisco City Hall 12/17/07 video #2
Brian Bassinger of the SF AIDS Housing Alliance on International Day to End Violence Against Sex Workers steps of San Francisco City Hall 12/17/07
Industrial Workers of the World members speak out at International Day to End Violence Against Sex Workers at UC Berkeley Campus 12/17/07
Industrial Workers of the World member#2 speak out at International Day to End Violence Against Sex Workers at UC Berkeley Campus 12/17/07
Holding them accountable at the Sunshine Ordinance Task Force hearing at San Francisco City Hall Oct. 23rd 2007 ESPU vs DA
Erotic Service Providers Union fundraiser at the IWW Union Hall in San Francisco on February 17, 2007.
Taking The Pledge
Taking the Pledge is a 13-minute film featuring sex workers from Bangladesh, Brazil, Cambodia, Mali, Thailand and more! They describe the problems created by the ‘anti-prostitution pledge’ required to receive USAID and PEPFAR funds.
Produced by the Network of Sex Work Projects. http://www.nswp.org
In English, Khmer, Thai, French, Portuguese and Bengali, with English subtitles