Marlise Richter
Marlise Richter
Health Justice Initiative; African Centre for Migration & Society, Wits University
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‘We are despised in the hospitals’: sex workers' experiences of accessing health care in four African countries
F Scorgie, D Nakato, E Harper, M Richter, S Maseko, P Nare, J Smit, ...
Culture, health & sexuality 15 (4), 450-465, 2013
Traditional medicines and traditional healers in South Africa
M Richter
Treatment action campaign and AIDS law project 17, 4-29, 2003
Human rights abuses and collective resilience among sex workers in four African countries: a qualitative study
F Scorgie, K Vasey, E Harper, M Richter, P Nare, S Maseko, MF Chersich
Globalization and health 9, 1-13, 2013
Migration status, work conditions and health utilization of female sex workers in three South African cities
M Richter, MF Chersich, J Vearey, B Sartorius, M Temmerman, S Luchters
Journal of Immigrant and Minority Health 16, 7-17, 2014
Sex work and the 2010 FIFA World Cup: time for public health imperatives to prevail
ML Richter, MF Chersich, F Scorgie, S Luchters, M Temmerman, R Steen
Globalization and health 6, 1-6, 2010
Characteristics, sexual behaviour and risk factors of female, male and transgender sex workers in South Africa
M Richter, M Chersich, M Temmerman, S Luchters
South African Medical Journal 103 (4), 246-251, 2013
Female sex work and international sport events-no major changes in demand or supply of paid sex during the 2010 Soccer World Cup: a cross-sectional study
M Richter, S Luchters, D Ndlovu, M Temmerman, MF Chersich
BMC public health 12, 1-12, 2012
The contribution of emotional partners to sexual risk taking and violence among female sex workers in Mombasa, Kenya: a cohort study
S Luchters, ML Richter, W Bosire, G Nelson, N Kingola, XD Zhang, ...
PloS one 8 (8), e68855, 2013
I expect to be abused and I have fear”: Sex workers’ experiences of human rights violations and barriers to accessing healthcare in four African countries
F Scorgie, D Nakato, DO Akoth, M Netshivhambe, P Chakuvinga, ...
Cape Town: African Sex Worker Alliance, 2011
“A baby was an added burden”: predictors and consequences of unintended pregnancies for female sex Workers in Mombasa, Kenya: a mixed-methods study
S Luchters, W Bosire, A Feng, ML Richter, N King’ola, F Ampt, ...
PLoS One 11 (9), e0162871, 2016
Disability grants or antiretrovirals? A quandary for people with HIV/AIDS in South Africa
C Hardy, M Richter
African journal of AIDS research 5 (1), 85-96, 2006
South African HIV/AIDS programming overlooks migration, urban livelihoods, and informal workplaces
J Vearey, M Richter, L Nez, K Moyo
African Journal of AIDS Research 10 (sup1), 381-391, 2011
Sex work, reform initiatives and HIV/AIDS in inner-city Johannesburg
M Richter
African Journal of AIDS Research 7 (3), 323-333, 2008
Sex work and South Africa's health system: addressing the needs of the underserved
A Scheibe, M Richter, J Vearey
South African health review 2016 (1), 165-178, 2016
Exposure ethics: does HIV pre‐exposure prophylaxis raise ethical problems for the health care provider and policy maker?
F Venter, L Allais, M Richter
Bioethics 28 (6), 269-274, 2014
Trafficking, sex work, and HIV: efforts to resolve conflicts
R Steen, S Jana, S Reza-Paul, M Richter
The Lancet 385 (9963), 94-96, 2015
Home self-testing for HIV: AIDS exceptionalism gone wrong
M Richter, WD Venter, A Gray
SAMJ: South African Medical Journal 100 (10), 636-642, 2010
Sex work during the 2010 FIFA World Cup: results from a three-wave cross-sectional survey
W Delva, M Richter, P De Koker, M Chersich, M Temmerman
PloS one 6 (12), e28363, 2011
Adult, consensual sex work in South Africa-the cautionary message of criminal law and sexual morality
C Boudin, M Richter
South African Journal on Human Rights 25 (2), 179-197, 2009
Bread, baby shoes or blusher? Myths about social grants and'lazy'young mothers
M Richter
SAMJ: South African Medical Journal 99 (2), 94-94, 2009
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