Regional updates: Global

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La transición continúa siendo un tema principal y crítico para las personas que ejercen el trabajo sexual residiendo en países que ya no cumplirán los requisitos para aplicar al financiamiento del Fondo Mundial en el futuro.

16th June 2017 by NSWP


16th June 2017 by NSWP

Уход Глобального фонда из страны все еще остается существенной проблемой для секс-работников в тех странах, которые в будущем не смогут претендовать на финансирование из Глобального фонда.

16th June 2017 by NSWP

Le processus de transition (par lequel les pays s’affranchissent du soutien du Fonds mondial) est une question fondamentale et critique pour les travailleurSEs du sexe dans les pays qui ne bénéficieront pas des financements du Fonds mondial dans les années à venir.

16th June 2017 by NSWP

Transition remains a big issue and is critical for sex workers in countries who will not be eligible for funding through the Global Fund in the future.

29th May 2017 by NSWP

NSWP shares The Global Forum on MSM & HIV (MSMGF)’s deep concern about the Trump Administration’s proposed 1.08 billion cut to global HIV programmes. According to MSMGF’s statement here, “vital programming for gay, bisexual and other men who have sex with men around the world will be slashed if the President’s proposed budget released earlier this week is approved.” Cuts to funding will also impact other key populations including sex workers, transgender people, and people who use drugs. 

26th May 2017 by NSWP

The Global Alliance Against Traffic in Women has published issue 8 of the Anti-Trafficking Review 'Where's the Evidence?'. This issue "explores the role of evidence, research and data in anti-trafficking work and how they influence our understanding of trafficking and responses to it. Seven thematic articles and four debates examine the evidence that is used - or rejected - in the formation of national anti-trafficking policies, as well as the role of monitoring and evaluation and statistics."

3rd May 2017 by NSWP

NSWP endorses Empower Foundation, Thailand and the English Collective of Prostitutes' call for sex worker participation during the Women's Strike on 8 March. This statement is being released on International Sex Workers' Rights Day. Their statement can be found below.

3rd March 2017 by NSWP

NSWP is seeking to recruit a Policy Officer to support the Senior Policy Officer in developing advocacy tools and in providing input to policy documents and forums in line with the NSWP Consensus Statement and the priorities set by the NSWP Board.

28th February 2017 by NSWP

NSWP's Bridging the Gaps sex worker programme partner AidsFonds is looking for a policy officer. The details of their job posting is below. Sex workers are encouraged to apply!

19th February 2017 by NSWP