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NSWP is seeking to recruit a Policy Manager. NSWP will consider applications from individuals interested in working either as a staff member (based in the UK), or as a consultant (based outside the UK). The post is part-time (80% FTE). 
23 November 2023
Statement of Support for the UN Working Group on Discrimination Against Women and Girls regarding their Position Paper on Eliminating Discrimination Against Sex Workers and Securing their Human Rights
6 November 2023
Last week a phishing scam from someone pretending to be a major advertising site contacted non-national sex workers who are currently advertising. Later in the week, these texts escalated into extreme threats of violence, including threats of murder. Separately a man with an Irish accent has been calling sex workers, harassing them with threats of violence.  All of this is part of an ongoing, sustained campaign of harassment with serious time and resources being put into it. 
3 November 2023

Latest Resources

Sex worker-led organisations are the core of the sex worker rights movement and must be adequately resourced and capacitated to address their communities’ priorities. Yet globally, sex worker-led organisations remain chronically under-funded, and are often excluded from critical discussions with key stakeholders, including donors.
7 December 2023
The Global Fund to fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria was created in 2002 as an international financing and partnership organisation to respond to what were then the deadliest pandemics confronting the world.This infographic gives a brief introduction to the Global Fund, looks at how Global Fund partnerships work, and outlines NSWP's capacity-building programmes.This resource is available above in a screen version and a downloadable print version. It is available in English, French, Spanish, Russian and Arabic.
17 November 2023
This is the fifth video in a series from NSWP called Global Fund Basics.HIV Programme Essentials are a list of what should be evidence-based interventions and approaches to achieve the goals set out in the UNAIDS Global AIDS Strategy 2021-2026; the 2022-2030 WHO Global Health Sector Strategies on HIV, Viral Hepatitis, and Sexually Transmitted Infections; and the 2023-2028 Global Fund Strategy.
3 November 2023