Photo: SWING staff promoting 2014’s International Day against Homophobia and Transphobia, at the entrance to the Patpong (Bangkok) drop-in and office space.
Photo: Mr. Joel Simpson, Managing Director of SASOD and Ms. Tiffany Barry, Past Social Change Consultant at the launch of SASOD's Universal Periodic Review (UPR) Report Launch.
Photo: Kırmızı Şemsiye at May Day protest.
The Red Umbrella Sexual Health and Human Rights Association “Kırmızı Şemsiye” is a sex worker led organisation founded in April 2013 in Turkey and a member of the regional networks ICRSE, the International Commitee on the Rights of Sex Workers in Europe and SWAN, the Sex Worker’s Rights Advocacy Network in Central and Eastern Europe and Central Asia.
Which countries and/or regions is your organisation focused on in terms of mobilising support for the work that you do?
Maggie's: The Toronto Sex Workers Action Project, Canada’s oldest sex worker-led organisation, was founded in 1986, when one of its primary goals was to address the then-emerging HIV/AIDS crisis. Today, Maggie’s is primarily funded as a harm reduction organisation through the Ontario Ministry of Health’s AIDS Bureau, and provides safer sex and safer drug use supplies; education, and support.