The International Committee on the Rights of Sex Workers in Europe have published the briefing paper Surveilled. Exploited. Deported. Rights Violations Against Migrant Sex Workers in Europe and Central Asia. It explores how criminalisation of migration, criminalisation of sex work and lack of economic and employment opportunities make migrant sex workers vulnerable to exploitation, violence and other human rights violations. It also provides key recommendations to ensure the rights of migrant sex workers are protected.
- Criminalisation of Migration in Europe
- History of Conflation of Sex Work, Trafficking, and Migration
- Human Rights Consequences of Fortress Europe for Migrant Sex Workers
- Access to Employment and Labour Rights
- Access to Housing
- Access to Health
- 7 Steps to Make Migrants' Rights Organisations Sex Worker Inclusive
You can download this 36 page PDF above. This resource is available in English.