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By Aliya on Dec 17th, 2014

SWAN releases "Stronger Together: Addressing Violence against Female, Male and Transgender Sex Workers in Central Eastern Europe and Central Asia. 

 

By Aliya on Dec 16th, 2014

PROI from Bosnia and Herzegovina have issued their press release to mark 17 December - the International Day Against Violence Against Sex Workers with a Facebook campaign titled "Red Umbrella". 

By Aliya on Dec 16th, 2014

Civic Association Odyseus has issued a press release to commemorate the 17 December - International Day against Violence against Sex Workers. 

By Aliya on Nov 21st, 2014

A regional workshop on using CEDAW to advance the rights of female sex workers on national and regional level was organized by SWAN in partnership with IWRAW on 14-18 November in Istanbul, Turkey. 

By Aliya on Nov 1st, 2014

Members of Sex Workers’s Rights Advocacy Network (SWAN) have approved the new Network strategy at the recent Network meeting that took place in Budapest on 15-16 October 2014. 

By Aliya on Oct 7th, 2014

On 25-26 September 2014 HOPS-Healthy Options Project Skopje in Macedonia conducted a training for 14 police officers on the British Merseyside 'Ugly Mugs Scheme' aimed at protecting sex workers from violent offenders through cooperation with police. 

By admin on Sep 23rd, 2014

We are currently inviting applications for the position of the Executive Director of SWAN Foundation, Budapest, Hungary.
 

By admin on Jul 24th, 2014

SWAN conducted an awareness raising photo flash mob at the AIDS 2014 conference in Melbourne, where participants of the conference were informed about the major police crackdown on sex workers in Tajikistan and their forced HIV testing. Along with learning about the situation in Tajikistan from the specifically prepared call for action (see below), participants posed with posters of support, demanding that forced HIV testing of sex workers in Tajikistan is stopped and that sex workers' rights in Tajikistan are respected. 

By admin on Jul 19th, 2014

Sex Worker Rights Advocacy Network deeply grieves the loss of more than 100 AIDS activists, researchers and health workers, who were on the MH 17 flight to Kuala Lumpur, bound to Melbourne to participate in the International AIDS 2014 Conference. At this incredibly sad time SWAN stands with its international family and sends condolences to the loved ones of those, who have been lost to this tragedy.

By admin on Jul 10th, 2014

Silver Rose is now getting ready to submit an appeal to the European Court of Human Rights in Strasbourg regarding the Russian court decisions.

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