Where our members work

NSWP’s members are local, national and regional sex worker organisations and networks, across five regions: Africa; Asia and the Pacific; Europe (including Eastern Europe and Central Asia); Latin America and North America and the Caribbean. Members in each region elect two representatives to the NSWP Board of Directors.

All member organisations are required to endorse NSWP’s core values and the Consensus Statement on Sex Work, Human Rights, and the Law. Only sex worker-led organisations and networks have voting rights.

NSWP members are from diverse cultures and have different experiences and organisational histories. Most are independent sex worker-led organisations, some are informal groups of sex workers within larger organisations and some are non-governmental organisations who support sex workers rights. Some member organisations provide services, some focus on advocacy, some on mobilising to reduce vulnerability – all work on human rights issues that affect the health and well-being of sex workers.

You can find our members through the regional pages or by clicking on the red umbrellas on the map.

Note: For both safety and security NSWP does not identify which members are sex worker-led on our website, and members can choose not to be listed on the public website.


 

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Regional updates

23rd May 2018 by NSWP | Region: Global

Abril 2018

Suspensión del acuerdo con Heineken

El Fondo Mundial había llegado a un acuerdo con Heineken para utilizar su experticia en la administración de cadenas de suministros. Sin embargo, ha anunciado que anula este acuerdo por preocupaciones sobre el uso de edecanas para promover la cerveza Heineken.

23rd May 2018 by NSWP | Region: Global

Avril 2018

Le Fonds mondial suspend son partenariat avec Heineken

Le Fonds mondial a récemment annoncé qu’il se retirait du partenariat qu’il avait établi avec Heineken. Ce partenariat devait permettre au Fonds mondial de bénéficier de l’expérience de la compagnie en matière de gestion de la chaîne d’approvisionnement. Le Fonds mondial a décidé de suspendre ce partenariat suite à des informations faisant état de l’utilisation d’hôtesses pour la promotion de la bière.

14th May 2018 by NSWP | Region: North America and the Caribbean

This NSWP Briefing Note provides information about the United States’ recent legislation - The Stop Enabling Sex Traffickers Act (SESTA) and Allow States and Victims to Fight Online Sex Trafficking Act (FOSTA) -that criminalise online platforms used by sex workers for advertising and information sharing, including for safety purposes. The resource provides details on FOSTA/SESTA and the 'End Banking for Human Traffickers Act', which aims to ‘prevent financial transactions involving the proceeds of severe forms of trafficking'. 

24th April 2018 by NSWP | Region: Global

April 2018

Suspension of the Partnership with Heineken

The Global Fund had agreed a partnership with Heineken to utilise their expertise in supply chain management, and has since announced that it has withdrawn from this partnership over concerns about Heineken’s use of female beer promoters.

12th April 2018 by NSWP | Region: Europe

In 2016, France adopted a law criminalising the clients of sex workers. This report focuses on the impact of this new legislation on the health, rights and living conditions of sex workers in the country. 

This report is available in English, and available in French on the Médecins du Monde website

12th April 2018 by NSWP | Region: Global

This document aims to provide guidance to nongovernmental organisations engaging with the CEDAW review process and providing alternative information to the CEDAW Committee on the theme of rights of sex workers. It accompanies the Framework on Rights of Sex Workers & CEDAW as a practical tool to aid documentation and analysis using the CEDAW Convention as a frame of reference.

12th April 2018 by NSWP | Region: Global

This Framework seeks to connect human rights principles to the debates around prostitution laws and sex work. It is intended to be a tool to inform the rights discourse on sex work in the context of one such international human rights treaty— the Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination Against Women (CEDAW).

21st March 2018 by NSWP | Region: Global

This resource is a Community Guide to the Briefing Paper on Sex Workers’ Access to Comprehensive Sexual and Reproductive Health Services. It provides an overview of the full Briefing Paper, and provides key recommendations for policy makers and health service providers. 

You can download this 5-page Community Guide above. This resource is available in English, and will be available in Chinese, French, Russian and Spanish soon. 

21st March 2018 by NSWP | Region: Global

Globally sex workers experience a number of barriers to comprehensive sexual and reproductive health (SRH) services, ranging from explicit exclusion from international financing to discrimination within SRH services leading to lower access rates.

This paper discusses the obstacles sex workers face when accessing SRH services, and examines the quality of services available to them. It also provides practical examples and recommendations for improving the accessibility and acceptability of SRH services for sex workers.

20th March 2018 by NSWP | Region: Global

越来越多的国家在考虑或开始实施性工作法律改革,专注于“终止需求”,即对购买性服务进行刑事定罪。

本政策简报概述了“终止需求”法律制度对女性性工作者人权的影响,提供了研究成果和来自买性被刑事定罪国家的NSWP成员的证词。本文件探讨了这些法律如何不仅没有推动出售性服务的女性的性别平等,还实际上妨碍了他们实现人权。

内容包括:

  • 对女性性工作者的管治和法律骚扰
  • “终止需求”与污名
  • “终止需求”与歧视
    • 获得住房和金融服务
    • 拒绝服务
    • 移徙女性
    • 医疗与社会服务
  • 工作权和安全健康工作场所
  • 性别力量关系
  • 容易遭受暴力
  • 司法保护可及性
  • 容易受剥削
  • 人口贩运
  • 建议

你可以下载这份11页的PDF文件。该资源有中文、英文、法语、俄语和西班牙语的版本。本资源由木林丛英文版本翻译成中文。