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Advocacy School
By olga on Dec 25th, 2006

By decriminalizing sex work, sex workers would:

1) Have legal recourse in the case of abuse by client, police or street gangs
2) Have social services including health benefits, unemployment, and retirement plans
3) Have protection from sexually transmitted diseases by reducing unprotected sex and having access to screening and other health services
4) Their human rights would be protected and their lives dignified
5) Last but not least, they would be able to chose the career of their choice


The society would also benefit from decriminalization, because:

1. The incidence of HIV and STI would decrease
2. It would be more just, with everyone enjoying their human rights, sex workers too
3. The corruption in police and judiciary would be decreased More

Advocacy School
By adam on Sep 30th, 2006

Today we will talk about trafficking vs. sex work. Some people use the term ‘trafficking’ to describe sex work. What is really the difference between trafficking and sex work? Following is an excerpt from the recently published SWAN Media and Advocacy Manual.

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