Lambeth Council Research
We have been commissioned by Lambeth Council to conduct a research study to assess the impact of Lambeth’s prostitution strategy. As part of this research we are gathering information on men’s patterns of paying for sex in the borough.
Please only respond to this survey if you are a man who lives or works in the borough of Lambeth. We are interested in hearing from men who buy sex, and men who do not.
This survey is completely anonymous.
Eaves is currently a partner on the “Beyond Irregularity” research that the Institute for Public Policy Research (IPPR) is leading on in collaboration with international partners. The project aims to create an evidence base which will enable governments, the EU and other stakeholders to better manage and prevent irregular migration from sub-Saharan African countries and transit in Morocco to the EU. Read more.
Capital Exploits: A study of prostitution and trafficking in London
Eaves has secured a competitive tender issued by the Mayor’s Office for Policing and Crime (formerly the Greater London Authority) to map and analyse the level and extent of prostitution (both on- and off-street and including women trafficked into prostitution) in London. Read more.
Breaking down the barriers: a study of how women exit prostitution
Eaves and London South Bank University have been working on a joint two-year research project, supported by the Big Lottery Fund. The research assessed the effectiveness of support services for women wanting to leave prostitution. Interviews were undertaken with 114 women who were currently and formerly involved in on and off-street prostitution, as well as women who had been trafficked into prostitution. Read more.
Getting it right for victims and witnesses (April 2012)
The consultation set out the Government’s proposals to reform the Criminal Injuries Compensation Scheme (CICS), to protect compensation payments for those most seriously injured, while removing less serious injuries such as sprains, and restricting payments to those with criminal convictions.
Forced Marriage (March 2012)
The consultation asked whether Forced Marriage should become a specific criminal offence or not. It also sought views on how protection of victims could be strengthened.