- Centre for Employment Relations, Innovation and Change
Dr Jack Daly speaks to Dr Lilith Brouwers about their recent report on sex workers’ experiences of management and other third parties. Lilith gives an overview of the legal status of sex work and third parties in England, which third parties exist in sex work, why sex workers choose to work with or without third parties, and what kind of changes sex workers want to improve their relationships with those third parties.
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View the report discussed in this episode here.
About the speakers: Dr Lilith Brouwers is a Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the Centre for Employment Relations, Innovation and Change (CERIC). Their research focuses on marginalised workers in informal labour, how hyper-precarious workers use labour mobility, and on the intersection of disability and marginalised forms of work.
Dr Jack Daly is also a Postdoctoral Research Fellow at CERIC. His research focuses on equality, diversity and inclusion in traditionally male-dominated industries, with a specific interest in the role of men as resistance to and facilitators of inclusive working practices.
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