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Residents in some Christchurch suburbs have been struggling with street-based sex workers and their clients after the earthquake moved them to residential areas, however building relationships is a better alternative to a bylaw, says the New Zealand Prostitutes Collective NZPC.
NZPC national coordinator Catherine Healy said despite the sex work being "very pronouced" in certain areas, changing that is instead about building relationships with the workers to help move the industry back into the city. We haven't succeeded per cent but it's a better approach, we think, than a bylaw.
As the council and police were skeptical about the probability of enforcing a bylaw, Ms Healy said the NZPC hoped the idea was "dead in the water and we can continue to work with residents directly and sex workers to come to a more palatable solution. It never stopped or made a jot of difference. Forecast Maps. Show Ad Close Ad. The Council is voting on regulating street-based sex work, but Catherine Healy says they're already trying to move the workers.
Source: Breakfast. Ms Healy said that had been "quite effective", with three outreach groups working on the issue. The police have dropped their support for the bylaw, saying it would be difficult to enforce. Source: 1 NEWS. She said it was about "building relationships, saying 'this isn't on guys',". New Zealand. Christchurch and Canterbury. Revealed: The most affordable place in New Zealand for first-home buyers.
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