Funding for sex worker-led organisations is shrinking, as has the space for the voices of sex workers, resulting in sex workers having less influence in programmes, policies and other decisions that affect their lives. Civil society organisations and other stakeholders now feel they have the right to funding and advocacy platforms, either because they work with sex workers and are therefore ‘experts’ who can speak for sex workers, or they wish to exclude sex workers’ voices entirely because they refuse to recognise sex workers’ rights as human rights.
Download this resource: Briefing Paper Shrinking Spaces, NSWP - 2020
Theme: Legislation and Policy
This research from the Global Alliance Against Trafficking in Women aimed to explore gender-based violence in the world of work from the perspective of women migrant workers.
Download this resource: What a way to make a living, executive summary - GAATW, 2020 , ¡Menuda manera de ganarnos la vida! - GAATW, 2020 , Mujeres de Honduras, Guatemala, Nicaragua, Cuba y migrantes internas en el trabajo sexual, en México - Brigada Callejera, GAATW