The African Sex Worker Alliance statement in response to the attack on the UN recommendations regarding decriminalisation. ASWA state that they "stand firmly against the radical move by former sex workers and campaigners in the global north, to protest against the decriminalisation of sex workers ... [including] our partners, employees, and clients".
ASWA go on to discuss why the UN's recommemdations for decriminalisation must be defended, on the basis of economic empowerment, health, human rights, and an effective response to trafficking.
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