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Title: Using Technology to Document Violations: Enabling Sex Worker Communities to Document Violence Against Them in India and Cambodia
Authors: Slater, Dirk
Ganesh, Indira Maya
Keywords: PROSTITUTION
SEX WORKERS
ICTS
WOMEN'S EMPOWERMENT
CRIMES AGAINST THE PERSON
GENDER-BASED VIOLENCE
OPEN DATA
CRIMINAL JUSTICE
INDIA--KOLKATA
INDIA--DELHI
CAMBODIA--PHNOM PENH
REPORTING PROCEDURES
Date: 2012
Abstract: The project achieved the following; a significant shift in advocacy strategies from reactive to proactive strategies with a potential impact on the lives and wellbeing of 70,000 sex workers; a transformation in human rights documentation processes which included evidence gathering and analysis on violence against sex-workers and visualisations of this evidence. Data and evidence about sex worker communities are often collected by outsiders, and the ownership of data is rarely with sex workers themselves. In order to challenge this dynamic, Tactical Tech developed the idea of producing an 'Atlas of Sex Work.' The Women’s Network for Unity report on sex worker abuse is included.
Description: Appendixes are combined within the report
Appendix 1: "Who Victimises Sex Workers?"
Appendix 2: "Statistics on Violation to Sex Workers"
Appendix 3: "Action research project on enabling sex worker communities to document violence against them in India and Cambodia"
Appendix 4: "Using Technology to Document Violations: Enabling Sex Worker Communities to Document Violence Against Them"
Appendix 4: "Using Technology to Document Violations: Enabling Sex Worker Communities to Document Violence Against Them in India and Cambodia"
Appendix 5: "Discussion Document: “An Atlas of Sex Work”"
Appendix 5: "The Atlas of Sex Work A Discussion Document for WNU"
Appendix 6: "Self Assessment Tool - TTC Project (DMSC)"
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10625/49837
Project Number: 105928
Project Title: Enabling Sex Workers to Document Violence (India and Cambodia)
Access: Open Access
Copyright: Tactical Technology Collective
License: MGC signed post January 2008- author/ownership is recipient who signed the MGC; copyright statement required on document.
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