jueves, 3 de marzo de 2016

Bibliografía sobre personas que consumen drogras y son trabajadoras sexuales



-Beletsky, L., Macalino, G. E. y Burris, S. (2005). Attitudes of police officers towards syringe access, occupational needle-sticks, and drug use: A qualitative study of one city police department in the United States. International Journal of Drug Policy 16: 267–274.

-Organización Mundial de la Salud (2005). Violence Against Women and HIV/AIDS: Critical Intersections – Violence Against Sex Workers and HIV Prevention. Disponible en http://www.who.int/gender/documents/sexworkers.pdf (Último acceso: 26 de enero de 2015).

-Beletsky, L., Macalino, G. E., y Burris, S. (2005). Attitudes of police officers towards syringe access, occupational needle-sticks, and drug use: A qualitative study of one city police department in the United States. International Journal of Drug Policy 16: 267–274.

-Organización Mundial de la Salud (2005). Violence Against Women and HIV/AIDS: Critical Intersections – Violence Against Sex Workers and HIV Prevention. Disponible en http://www.who.int/gender/documents/sexworkers.pdf (Último acceso: 26 de enero de 2015).

-Eastwood, N., Shiner, M., y Bear, D. (2013). The Numbers In Black And White: Ethnic Disparities in the Policing and Prosecution of Drug Offences in England and Wales. Londres: Release.

-The Local (2013). Pub Cleared for Rejecting ‘Asian Looking’ Women, 12 de septiembre. Disponible en: http://www.thelocal. se/20130912/50200 (Último acceso: 14 de julio de 2014).

 - NSWP (2014). The Real Impact of the Swedish Model on Sex Workers: Impacts of Other Legislation and Policy – The Danger of Seeing the Swedish Model in a Vacuum. Edimburgo: NSWP. Disponible en:

http://www.nswp.org/sites/nswp.org/files/Advocacy%20Toolkit%204.pdf (Último acceso: 26 de enero de 2015).
 
- Jürgens, R. et al., (2010). People who use drugs, HIV, and human rights. The Lancet 376: 475-485.
[1] Organización Mundial de la Salud (2005). Violence Against Women and HIV/AIDS: Critical Intersections – Violence Against Sex Workers and HIV Prevention. Disponible en http://www.who.int/gender/documents/sexworkers.pdf (Último acceso: 26 de enero de 2015).

-UNODC, UNIFEM, OMS e INPUD (2014). Policy Brief – Women who inject drugs and HIV: Addressing specific needs. Disponible en https://www.unodc.org/documents/hiv-aids/publications/WOMEN_POLICY_BRIEF2014.pdf (Último acceso: 8 de octubre de 2014).

- Levy, J. (2014). Criminalising the Purchase of Sex: Lessons from Sweden. Abingdon: Routledge.
[1] Harrington, C. (2012). Prostitution Policy Models and Feminist Knowledge Politics in New Zealand and Sweden. Sexuality Research and Social Policy DOI 10.1007/s13178-012-0083-4

- International Network of People Who Use Drugs (INPUD), International Network of Women who Use Drugs (INWUD), the Women and Harm Reduction International Network (WHRIN), National Advocates for Pregnant Women (USA) (NAPW), SisterReach, the Sexual Rights Initiative, Family Law & Cannabis Alliance (USA) (FLCA) y Native Youth Sexual Health Network (2014). Universal Periodic Review of United States of America 22nd Session. Disponible en http://www.inpud.net/INWUD_Joint_Shadow_Report_FINAL_DRAFT_2-1.docx (Último acceso: 18 de septiembre de 2014).

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