Download this resource: Male SWs Summary Chinese.pdf

男性性工作者(MSW)是NSWP成员的重要组成,本简报旨 在从不同角度强调这个社群的需求与权利。缺乏对MSW社群的 理解,常常会导致无法提供服务,或提供的服务不适当。简报为 政策制定者、项目设计实施人员和一线服务 人员解释了MSW社群的权利与特别的需求,希望能够增强对该社群所处的复杂现实与 多元需求的意识与理解。无论是在草根社群 还是全球论坛,本简报都可作为NSWP成员 团体的倡导工具,提升对MSW需求的意识,为他们的权利进行倡导。简报包含面向政策制定者、项目设计人 员、资助方和一线MSW社群工作者的建议,以期联合各方努力,推动全球MSW的权利。



Download this resource: SUSO Africa BP_PDF version.pdf
For this briefing paper, case studies focusing on economic empowerment programmes for sex workers with rehabilitation elements were documented across 4 African countries: Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), Malawi, Nigeria and Uganda.

This publication documents the lessons learned from the process of implementing a four-country research project on sex work and violence through the narratives and reflections of those who participated in the research since its inception in 2011. The publication was commissioned by the Centre for Advocacy on Stigma and Marginalization in consultation with APNSW, UNDP, UNFPA and P4P (Asia-Pacific regional offices in Bangkok). Funding for the travel to conduct interviews towards this documentation was provided by UNDP.

Download this resource: Application form 2015.doc
Download this resource: Rights-Evidence-Report-2015-final.pdf

The regional report of this multi-country study contains findings and recommendations to address violence experienced by sex workers in Asia.  Sex workers experience extreme physical, sexual, emotional and economic violence at work, in health care and custodial settings, in their neighbourhoods and in their homes. This violence denies sex workers their fundamental human rights — to equal protection under the law; protection against torture, cruel, inhuman and degrading treatment; and their right to the highest attainable standard of physical and mental health.

The Anti-Trafficking Review is published by the Global Alliance Against Traffic in Women (GAATW), a network of over 100 NGOs worldwide focused on promoting and advancing the human rights of migrants and trafficked persons.

This Review explores what happens to the money and how the money to combat human trafficking is spent that is allocated by governments and private donors to stop human trafficking and to assist people who have been trafficked.

This publication includes a selection of activities undertaken and achievements made during the first 28 months of the Bridging the Gaps programme.

Download this resource: SW Digest Issue 10 Oct - Dec 2014.pdf

This is the 10th issue of NSWP's quarterly newsletter ‘Sex Work Digest’. 

This issue's theme is International Day to End Violence Against Sex Workers.

This resource is in English.  You can download this 9 page PDF above.

This booklet has been written for women, men and transgender people working in the UK sex industry. It contains information and advice about keeping safe which mostly comes from those who know best – sex workers. It contains tips and strategies to protect their personal safety.

This booklet provides general safety advice for sex workers in different situations and different work places. It also provides guidance on personal safety such as to plan ahead before leaving to work, alcohol and drug use, and potential violent situations.

Download this resource: Band4PunishingSuccess_0.pdf

Explanation of Band 4 of the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria and its Implications for Civil Society and Key Populations

Position paper presented at the 32nd Board Meeting of the Communities Delegation outlining areas of concern identified and reported in the global report published in November 2014.

You can download this 3 page PDF as a resource above. This resource is in English.

Download this resource: Advocacy Toolkit.pdf

This advocacy toolkit serves to highlight the harms associated with this approach of criminalisation, both in relation to the simplistic and crude understandings of sex work and of sex workers that are used to justify the law, and in relation to the direct outcomes of the resulting legal framework of criminalising the purchase of sex. In contrast to claims that the Swedish model is a necessary and effective approach in protecting women from violence and exploitation, sex workers in Sweden note worrying consequences of the law in terms of their safety and wellbeing.