- Title Pages
- List of tables and figures
- Notes on contributors
- one Introduction
- two Of whalers, diggers and ‘soiled doves’: a history of the sex industry in New Zealand
- three History of the New Zealand Prostitutes' Collective
- four Lobbying for decriminalisation
- five The Prostitution Reform Act
- six Several sides to this story: feminist views of prostitution reform
- seven Review of the Prostitution Reform Act
- eight Brothel operators' and support agencies' experiences of decriminalisation
- nine The (continuing) regulation of prostitution by local authorities
- ten Christchurch School of Medicine study: methodology and methods
- eleven Becoming inspectors of brothels: public health authorities' experience of implementing the Prostitution Reform Act
- twelve The media and the Prostitution Reform Act
- thirteen Risk and risk management in sex work post-Prostitution Reform Act: a public health perspective
- fourteen Decriminalisation and stigma
- fifteen Conclusion
New Zealand sex workers' fight for decriminalisation
- Taking the crime out of sex work
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