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Conference on Migration, Feminism and the Sex Industry

Time: September 15-17, 2010 Venue: University of Neuchâtel, Switzerland

Deadline: August 15

Migration has transformed feminists’ ideological conflict about the meaning of prostitution. From being a two-sided debate about whether ’sex work is work’ or ‘violence against women’, the discussion now must consider migration policies that favour ‘highly skilled’, white-collar and technical professionals over those willing to take less prestigious jobs in the informal sector, including the sex industry.

Researchers working in the realm of migration and sex work and wishing to present a paper (15 minutes, followed by a 30 minutes discussion) are asked to send a title and an abstract till August 15 to: [email protected].

Find out more on their website.

Source: gendercampus.ch