Women Involved in Prostitution:
  • Plymouth Lecture Theatre and Atria, Portland Square Building

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  • Do women ‘choose’ to be involved in prostitution?
  • Should buying women for sex be a criminal offence?
  • ‘Sex work’ or ‘prostitution’?
  • Does either support equality for all?

The Eddystone Trust and the University's Criminology Department are hosting this thought provoking event to explore these questions and more.

The following speakers will be sharing their ideas and views:

  • Tina Wilkinson
  • Dr Heather Brunskell-Evans 
  • Rebecca Mott.

We expect this event to evoke some passionate views and feelings, but believe these are important conversations to have, so please attend with an open mind to explore further. 

This free event is open to local stakeholders, University staff and students, and refreshments will be provided. 

Please register your place via the above link or contact sarah.guy@plymouth.ac.uk for further information.

Information about the Sexual Health Outreach Project (SHOP)

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