Where our members work

NSWP is a network of 237 organisations and groups from over 71 countries around the globe that must endorse the aims of NSWP and confirm their commitment to NSWP core values: acceptance of sex work as work; opposition to all forms of criminalisation and other legal oppression of sex work (including sex workers, clients, third parties, families, partners and friends); supporting self-organisation and self-determination of sex workers.  NSWP is organised across five regions, each of which has two representatives on the Board of Directors.

Click on the names of the regions to learn more about the member organisations and groups that have chosen to make their information public, or click on the red umbrellas on the map to learn about specific member organisations or groups.

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Regional updates

29th July 2016 by NSWP | Region: Global
Эта пропагандистская деятельность Toolkit представляет собой набор из восьми основанных на фактических данных листков и информационно-пропагандистских инструментов на вредном шведской модели. Он может быть использован, чтобы бросить вызов широкому продвижению этого пагубного правового и политического подхода к регулированию секс-бизнеса.
29th July 2016 by NSWP | Region: Global
這個宣傳工具包是有害瑞典機型8基於證據的情況介紹和宣傳工具的集合。它可以用來挑戰的廣泛推廣性工作的監管不利這一法律和政治的方法。
29th July 2016 by NSWP | Region: Global
Cette boîte à outils de plaidoyer est une collection de huit fiches factuelles et des outils de plaidoyer sur le modèle suédois. Il peut être utilisé pour contester la promotion généralisée de cette approche juridique et politique préjudiciable à la réglementation du travail du sexe.
29th July 2016 by NSWP | Region: Global
Esta Guía de incidencia es una colección de ocho hojas informativas basadas en la evidencia y herramientas de promoción sobre el modelo sueco perjudicial. Puede ser utilizado para cuestionar la promoción generalizada de este enfoque jurídico y político en detrimento de la regulación del trabajo sexual.
27th July 2016 by NSWP | Region: Europe
СТАР-СТАР, колективните на сексуалните работници на Балканот, објави доброволно сексуалната работа. Тие интервјуирани 73 сексуалните работници во градот Скопје Основните цели на нивното истражување е да се разбере ставови и перцепции кон доброволен секс работата на сексуалните работници и за легализација на сексуалната работа, да се подигне свеста на општата популација за сексуалната работа, и, конечно, да се презентираат предностите и недостатоците на сексуалната работа легализација.
27th July 2016 by NSWP | Region: Europe

STAR-STAR, a sex workers' collective in the Balkans, has published Voluntary Sex Work. They interviewed 73 sex workers in the city of Skopje The key objectives of their research was to understand sex workers' attitudes and perceptions towards voluntary sex work and the legalisation of sex work, to raise the general population's awareness about sex work, and finally, to present the advantages and disadvantages of sex work legalisation. 

26th July 2016 by NSWP | Region: Asia and the Pacific
亚洲促进会发表了他们的报告避孕套困惑:执法实践上有效预防艾滋病毒男,女之间,以及跨性别性工作者在中国的影响研究。亚洲促进会进行了74的深入访谈与男性,女性和跨性别性工作者,18个访谈关键知情人,和517的响应与调查问卷。这项研究是在中国三大城市进行。该报告发现,使用安全套是性工作的证据违反了性工作者的人权。他们发现,性工作者更可能同意客户的需求,不使用避孕套,减少他们携带安全套的数量,而不是随身携带避孕套所有,或尝试各种方法来隐藏在隐蔽的地方避孕套。
26th July 2016 by NSWP | Region: Asia and the Pacific

Asia Catalyst has published their report The Condom Quandary: A Study of the Impact of Law Enforcement Practices on Effective HIV Prevention among Male, Female, and Transgender Sex Workers in China. Asia Catalyst conducted 74 in-depth interviews with male, female, and transgender sex workers, 18 interviews with key informants, and 517 responses to a survey questionnaire. The research was conducted in three major Chinese cities. The report found that using condoms as evidence of sex work violates the human rights of sex workers.

25th July 2016 by NSWP | Region: Africa

The Women's Legal Centre has published their report on Police Abuse of Sex Workers in South Africa. The Women's Legal Centre is an organisation working to ensure that women in South Afica can live free from violence in safe housing, are free to own property, are empowered to ensure their own reporductive health rights, and are able to work in a safe and equal environment. Their report shows that 414 sex workers reported various types of violence perpetrated by police between 2011 and 2015.

19th July 2016 by NSWP | Region: Global

NSWP, the African Sex Workers Alliance, Sisonke, and SWEAT are proud to invite sex workers to the sex worker networking zone at the International AIDS Conference in Durban, South Africa. For a full schedule, please see below or download the schedule as a PDF.