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By yigit on Mar 4th, 2019

Global Network of Sex Work Projects published an interactive map that provides information on laws which criminalise the sale of sexual services, the purchase of sexual services and the facilitation, management or organisation of sex work.

By yigit on Dec 6th, 2018

Between 18-19th of November, SWAN provided technical assistance to Woman for Freedom in Georgia, for their 2-day advocacy planning meeting with their members.

By maria on Dec 9th, 2015

An interview by Natalia Zholnerova to "Svoboda Slova" Kazakh newspaper about "Ameliya" and HIV/AIDS.

By maria on Oct 2nd, 2015

On September 18, 2015 an MP registered a draft law on the legalization of sex work in Ukraine in the Supreme Council of Ukraine without consulting with sex workers.

By maria on Sep 1st, 2015

As Amnesty International adopted policy on decriminalization of sex work, the police keeps on busting more places in Kyiv where sex work is done, and more politicians and authorities start discussing legalization of sex work in Ukraine, this topic gets more public attention nowadays.

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 maria on Jul 17th, 2015

Ukrainian National TV channel 24 visited Elena Tsukerman from All-Ukrainian League “Legalife” in Kiev, made a 1,5 hours interview, the journalists discussed serious topics with Elena, and they even tried to dig deeply in these topics. As a result, they have made a 4 minutes long video on the topic of legalization of sex work in Ukraine. You can see the video (in Ukrainian and Russian) here. You can read the transcript of the video in English, as well as Elena’s comments below.

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”.

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