NATIONAL PROSTITUTION CONFERENCE

                          PROSTITUTION, SEX WORK, AND THE COMMERCIAL SEX INDUSTRY

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3rd National Conference on Prostitution, Sex Work, and the Commercial Sex Industry

 Presentation Schedule

Thursday, September 28, 2006

 

Time

Room 2582

Room 2584

Room 2591

8:30-9:00

Welcome and Opening Remarks

9:00-10:00

Brenda Myers-Powell &

Daria Mueller

Turning a corner: From survivors to activists and leaders

 

Jeffrey Barrows

Health needs of sex trafficking victims & implications for policies and programs

Joelle  Ruby Ryan

Transgenderism and sex work: Exploring controversies within feminist theory and activism

10:15-11:15

Lynda Baker & Celia Williamson

The Role Exit Model as a theoretical framework for examining the process of leaving the streets

 

Claudine O�Leary

Developing the leadership skills of experiential youth

Jolanda Sallman

Using substances and exchanging sex as �going hand-in-hand�: An exploration of the connections between these phenomena in women�s narratives

11:30-12:30

Evelyn Baez

Female condom: The neglected tool of the trade

 

Debra De Hoff & Kelly Garza

Changing Directions

Carolina Yahne

Magdalena Pilot Project: Motivational interviewing as outreach to substance abusing women street sex workers

 

 

 

 

 

12:30-1:30

Lunch � You are invited to bring your lunch back to Room 2582 and enjoy a freestyle speak out during this hour

 

 

 

 

 

1:30-2:30

Carol Chehade

Hoeing democracy: From LaGrange Street to Wall Street

Andrea Lavigne

From pre-prostitution to post-prostitution eras: An anthropological and psychosocial approach

Ann Lucas

Paying a premium: The effects of the criminal law on indoor prostitutes

2:45-3:45

Thomas Cox

Diversion of the �Johns�

Susan Stafford

My job as a call girl: My stubbornness and what it finally took to set me free

Anneshia Freeman

FlipTheScript: The journey continues

 

 

4-5

Roundtable Topic: Funding for Prostitution-Focused Services

Roundtable Topic: Sex Worker Rights

Roundtable Topic: Survivors Get Together

 

Friday, September 29, 2006

 

Time

Room 2582

Room 2584

Room 2591

8:30-9:00

Welcome & Opening Remarks

9:00-10:00

Jennifer Keagy & William

Tiedemann

Cleveland Rapid Assessment, Response, & Evaluation Project: HIV/AIDS risk among sex workers

Carol Chehade

My real name

Robyn Few

Taking action against all odds

10:15-11:15

 

Sam Berg, Anita Agrawal & Jill

Crashing waves: Young feminists working against prostitution

Jewel Woods

The new ugly American: Professional Black men, sex & Brazil

 

11:30-12:30

Rachel Durchslag

When prostitution becomes �sex work;� How women & children are harmed by the legalization of prostitution

 

Olivia Howard

Reality of the harm of prostitution

 

Carol Leigh

Sex worker rights are human rights

Marilyn Moses, Devon Brewer & Martin Dudek

National Institute of Justice�s research portfolio in prostitution research

 

 

 

 

 

12:30-1:30

Lunch � You are invited to bring your lunch back to Room 2582 and enjoy a freestyle speak out during this hour

 

 

 

 

 

1:30-2:30

Elizabeth Nanas

Purity and danger of belonging: Rupturing academic knowledge-beliefs of whores and other virtuous folk

 

Lisa Grace & Audrey Morrissey

My Life My Choice Project

Thomas Grover

Transgender identity

2:45-3:45

Susan Lopez-Embury

My life as a dancer

Dominique Roe-Sepowitz, Kathleen Mitchell & Allison Ward

Trauma & abuse intervention programming for female prostitutes in recovery

Celia Williamson

Community Wide Prostitution Roundtable

4:00-5:00

Roundtable Topic: Collaborating on Prostitution Focused Research

Roundtable Topic: Best Practices for working with those in the sex industry

Prostitution Roundtable Panel

 

 

Send e-mail to Celia with questions.
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