Prostitution Decriminalization in New Zealand by Robyn Few

Robyn Few, Executive Director and founder of Sex Workers Outreach Project launched a ballot measure, Measure Q in Berkeley to decriminalize prostitution. In 2005 she traveled to New Zealand to document the process and impact of decriminalization in that country. This video, produced, filmed and edited by Robyn, includes interviews with sex workers, politicians, law enforcement and human rights advocates in New Zealand.
We honor and remember Robyn as founder of SWOP and a friend to many and we recognize her astounding contribution to sex worker rights in the U.S. More about Robyn few here: http://www.sfbg.com/sexsf/2012/10/02/fierce-forceful-amazing-remembering-robyn-few

Other Works

(Sex Workers Cry) Rights Not Rescue in Cambodia
Making Sex Work
You Must Know About Me: Rights Not Violence for Sex Workers in Macedonia
Interview: Laxsmi Tripathi, hijra & sex worker rights activist

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *