Senior Lecturer in Criminology & Justice Studies, RMIT University
Dr Larissa Sandy is a Senior Lecturer in Criminology & Justice Studies at RMIT University. She specialises in sex work and human trafficking, having researched with sex workers in Australia and Asia-Pacific for almost twenty years and has published widely on the issue. Larissa has just completed a large-scale project on the career development needs of sex workers in Victoria, which included working with a team of sex worker peer researchers. Dr Sandy was a prestigious Vice Chancellor’s Postdoctoral Research Fellow in Criminology at Flinders University, with her work exploring Cambodia’s human trafficking laws.
Oct 20, 2020 13:59 pm UTC| Law
The Victorian government has just received a landmark review into the states sex work laws. This is the first large-scale review of Victorian sex work laws since 1985 and presents a huge opportunity for change. With...