Legislation around sex work can be extremely complex; different legal models exist in different countries and sometimes even within countries. NSWP published a mapping of national legislation used to regulate and criminalise sex work in 208 countries and dependencies, with sub-national legislation included for some countries.
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Fuckförbundet launched a new report - "20 Years Of Failing Sex Workers" - as part of their 2019 conference "Sex Work, Human Rights And Health: Assessing 20 Years Of Swedish Model". It brings together available evidence from sex workers on the impact of the law. Contents include:
Human Rights Watch and the Sex Workers Education and Advocacy Taskforce (SWEAT) have released a new report recommending the decriminalisation of sex work in South Africa, in order to protect the safety and wellbeing of women, and respond to the HIV pandemic.
STOPAIDS has published a new position paper supporting the decriminalisation of sex work, designed to support STOPAIDS members to advocate for decriminalisation within their own advocacy and programmes, and support the global sex worker rights movement.
This Briefing Note outlines the problems with the conflation of the term 'sexual exploitation' with sex work, and how this exacerbates harms to sex workers.
Commentary on the Draft Protocol To Combat International Trafficking In Women And Children Supplementary To The Draft Convention On Transnational Organized Crime
ALL ISSUES OF RESEARCH FOR SEX WORK CAN BE FOUND HERE.
Table of Contents:
Appropriate health services for sex workers - I. Wolffers (Vrije Universiteit) 1
“There aren’t even any written materials in the clinic to read” - R. Montgomery
(AIDS infoshare) 3
Starting to work with sex workers in Cambodia: The need for context - C. Khus 5
HIV/AIDS interventions for street-based sex workers in Dhaka City - M. Bloem 7
Migrant sex workers in Europe - L. Brussa (TAMPEP) 8