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By ekaterina on Oct 23rd, 2015

The International Network of People who Use Drugs (INPUD) and the Global Network of Sex Work Projects (NSWP) have written a briefing paper focussing on the experiences, views, needs, and rights of sex workers who use drugs. The Briefing Paper discusses existing research and writing, and also includes case studies from sex worker-led and drug user-led organisations on the perspectives and experiences of sex workers who use drugs, and on how best to meet the needs of this community.

By maria on Sep 3rd, 2015

On Tuesday, federal police in conjunction with the Department of Homeland Security raided Rentboy, a male escort advertising website, arresting the CEO and 6 employees.

By ekaterina on Aug 11th, 2015

On 11 of August 2015 in Dublin at the International Council Meeting Amnesty International voted to adopt policy to protect human rights of sex workers.

By maria on Jul 29th, 2015

Amnesty International will be voting on a Draft Policy on Sex Work at its next International Council Meeting on August 7-11, 2015 in Dublin. NSWP has created a petition that calls on the Amnesty International Council to stand firm and support decriminalisation of sex work and protect the human rights of sex workers.

By ekaterina on Jul 16th, 2015

Mary is telling about how did she become sex-workers rights activist, about the situation with sex-work in France, about the Toulouse branch of STRASS

By ekaterina on Jun 9th, 2015

"Clients are criminalized, prostitutes are murdered", "Sex work is work": dozens of prostitutes, men and women, gathered on Friday night in Paris near the Eiffel Tower to defend their rights and oppose the criminalization of their customers.

By maria on Jun 8th, 2015

Tilly Lawless published an article on June 2 addressed at those who want to be allies to sex workers. She argues that although the struggle for sex workers' rights has been going on for the past 40 years, but the problems that the sex workers were fighting against back in 1975 still persist. She gives some tips on how “to make progress over the next 40 years faster than the last”.

By ekaterina on Jun 5th, 2015

Amendments were implemented due to the fact that the application of the previous law had proven difficult. The purpose of the law to protect victims of human trafficking or pimping was not fulfilled at present in a way that had been hoped for when adjusting the law that prohibits pimping and human trafficking in Finland since 2006.

By admin on Aug 26th, 2013

Zurich, August 20 – Reporter from Gloss website shares information about a new project in Zurich, Switzerland which intends to provide more safety and better access to health services for sex workers by introducing wooden boxes for sex workers on streets of the city.

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