Danish ‘sex ambulance’ seeks to protect sex workers

Updated on May 18, 2017 01:28 PM IST
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Two days a week, Danish social entrepreneur Michael Lodberg Olsen drives his “Sexelance” and parks it in the streets of Vesterbro, Copenhagen's red light district. Olsen, who has worked on initiatives for vulnerable people since the early 1990s, converted an old ambulance into a mobile unit where street sex workers can work for no charge in a safe and clean environment, guarded by volunteers from a distance.

 
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