Is it working?
An in-depth review of the effects of the 2003 prostitution law change has revealed a huge gap between the reputation of the law and its actual impact. The detailed analysis challenges the assumption that the decriminalisation of prostitution has been a success, finding the benefits of the Prostitution Reform Act 2003 (PRA) have been exaggerated and its shortcomings ignored, denied or hidden.
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Media Release: Prostitution Law Review: Benefits Exaggerated, Shortcomings Ignored
FAMILY MATTERS: Why the prostitution law is failing New Zealand
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