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‘In Whose Name? Migration, Sex Work and Trafficking’


A London seminar will explore the relationship between migration, the sex industry and trafficking in the UK by presenting the findings of the ESRC-funded ‘Migrant Workers in the UK Sex Industry’, led by Dr Nick Mai, Institute for the Study of European Transformations at London Metropolitan University.

MONDAY 31 OCTOBER 2011, 3pm to 6pm
London Metropolitan University, Libeskind Building, 166-220 Holloway Road London N7 8DB

The findings will be presented with other recent and relevant research from the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine and the London-based x-talk project. The presentation will be followed by a screening of Dr Nick Mai’s documentary drawing on his research findings. More information about the  ‘Migrant Workers in the UK Sex Industry’ project is available at:


To register for the seminar please email: [email protected]

**Please note that, as space is limited, registration will be allocated on a first come basis**