This is a piece I contributed to the 2016 Sex worker zine project publication of the MoVE:method:visual:explore project. Produced under a creative commons licence, I re-post it here. Just research? The work shared in this publication reflects the combined and collective efforts of many individuals, in very different ways: people who sell sex; migrants; sex … Continue reading Just research?
This blog is an attempt to share and discuss my thinking about the politics of producing, communicating and using knowledge, and to explore if (and if so, how) this affects my research and practice. Based in Johannesburg, South Africa, my research is concerned with the two politically - and publicly - unpopular issues of migration and health. As a result, … Continue reading About this blog
In July 2016, I was interviewed on Ubuntu Radio about the need for migration-aware HIV responses in southern Africa. Ntokozo Yingwana (also of maHp) wrote a great piece for The Conversation about this.