Sexual exploitation and prostitution

Peer Talk: Hidden Stories

A Participatory Research Project with Women Who Sell or Swap Sex in Teesside 

A Way Out is proud to have led on this research project, which has produced a detailed picture of how, where and why women sell sex, including issues associated with their personal journey into and out of sex work. A key aim of the project was to inform and shape commissioning and provision of services for a group of women, largely hidden, excluded from society and frequently distanced from the services which could help them to change their lives.

Selling sex for survival: adult sexual exploitation and prostitution in the North East and Cumbria

This report draws together findings from a series of research projects looking at the nature and prevalence of adult sex work and exploitation across the North East. The full range of research funded by Northern Rock Foundation on this topic can be found on its website.

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