sex work

Справочная статья: Доступ секс-работников к лечению от ВИЧ в разных странах мира


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Why Sex Work Should Not Be a Crime: Red Umbrella March Leaflet

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This leaflet for the 2nd Annual Red Umbrella March in Vancouver has been produced by an NSWP member.

You can download this 2 page document above. This resource is in English.

Global Briefing Paper: Sex workers' access to HIV treatment around the world


In 2009, 33 million people were living with HIV, 68% of them in Africa. Globally, female sex workers are 13.5% more likely to be living with HIV than the general population (UNAIDS 2013). However, in many places sex workers’ rates of HIV are not known, whether due to insufficient research or due to sex workers’ own reluctance to document it for fear that the response will be to treat them as ‘vectors of disease’, rather than to focus attention on the broader socio-legal context which informs their HIV risk.

Red Umbrella March for Sex Work Solidarity: Sex Workers, Allies, Family and Friends Stand Together

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(c) Tripple X

The following article is a press release from NSWP member, Triple X

Tuesday, June 10, 2014

Global Briefing Paper: The impact of non-rights based HIV programming for sex workers around the world


Sex workers constitute a key group affected by HIV, with multiple factors contributing to their vulnerability. Around the world, much HIV programming falls short of taking these factors into account and actively working towards their reduction. This failure can only result, at best, in temporary respite which privileges some sex workers over others, rather than serving to empower the sex worker community as a whole, enabling them to work safely and protect themselves.