Le Fonds mondial a établi des codes of conduite que les employés, les récipiendaires des ressources, les fournisseurs, les membres des Instances de coordination nationale et les responsables de la gouvernance doivent respecter. Toutes les parties prenantes sont notamment tenues d’interdire « l’exploitation sexuelle » en vertu de ces codes. En raison de l’amalgame largement répandu entre le travail du sexe et « l’exploitation sexuelle », cette disposition pourrait néanmoins être mal interprétée et exclure les travailleurSEs du sexe.
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NSWP member organisation the English Collective of Prostitutes and Dr Laura Connelly from the University of Salford have published new research that looks at EU Migrant Sex Work in the UK Post-Referendum.
The research, conducted in 2019, shows that violence, xenophobia and threats of deportation against migrant sex workers from the European Union have risen since the EU Referendum.
Key findings from the research include:
Este recurso é uma tradução comunitária da NSWP Consensus Statement on Sex Work, Human Rights, and the Law.
Empower Foundation has released a new resource library on their website, comprising books, reports, letters and films on a variety of topics linked to sex workers' rights in Thailand. You can access the full set of resources here (most available in English and Thai).
This is a leaflet on safety at work made for sex workers by sex workers and organisations from five EU countries. The leaflet is available in Bulgarian, English, French, Polish, Portuguese and Spanish. The leaflet targets sex workers working in hotels, apartments, brothels, clubs, bars, massage parlours, saunas, sex shops, and other indoor venues. The leaflet is the result of our local experiences. It presents advice and tips related to safety at work, and information on sex work legislation in Bulgaria, France, Germany, Italy and Portugal.