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The Smart Sex Worker's Guide to Addressing the Failure of Anti-Sex Work Organisations

Sex workers and their allies face significant obstacles in the fight to improve the health and wellbeing of sex workers globally. In the Smart Sex Worker’s Guide: The Failure of Anti-Sex Work Organisations to Protect the Human Rights of Sex Workers, NSWP explore the effects of anti-sex work programming and anti-trafficking initiatives that deny sex workers their human rights. The Smart Guide explores organisations whose work puts sex workers at risk, directly or indirectly, and provides key strategies from NSWP members on how to combat these approaches.

年度報告 2015

年度報告強調NSWP在2015年的活動和成就。這些活動包括能力建設,向區域網絡提供技術支持,以及開發宣傳工具,使性工作者的人權成為焦點。

 
內容包括:
  • NSWP秘書處
  • 從2015年的看法
  • NSWP會員資格
  • NSWP亮點
  • NSWP成就
  • NSWP和夥伴關係致力於促進性工作者權利
  • 展望2016年
  • 2015年財務摘要
 
年度報告對於性工作者,成員組織和所有希望更多了解2015年NSWP活動的其他人有用。該報告也可能對尋求以自己年度報告為基礎的模型的性工作組織有用。
 
您可以下載此16頁的PDF文檔。 此資源有中文,英文法文,俄文和西班牙文。

Годовой отчет 2015

Годовой отчет освещает деятельность и достижения NSWP в 2015 году Эти мероприятия включают наращивание потенциала, оказание технической поддержки региональным сетям и развитие информационно-пропагандистских инструментов, которые приносят прав человека секс-работников в центр внимания.

Rapport Annuel 2015

Le rapport annuel met l'accent sur les activités et réalisations du NSWP en 2015. Ces activités comprennent le renforcement des capacités, l'appui technique aux réseaux régionaux et le développement d'outils de plaidoyer qui mettent en valeur les droits humains des travailleurSEs du sexe.

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Informe Anual 2015

El Informe Anual destaca las actividades y los logros del NSWP en 2015. Estas actividades incluyen la creación de capacidad, el apoyo técnico a las redes regionales y el desarrollo de herramientas de promoción que ponen en evidencia los derechos humanos de las trabajadoras sexuales.
 
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Annual Report 2015

The Annual Report highlights the activities and achievements of NSWP in 2015. These activities include capacity building, providing technical support to regional networks and the development of advocacy tools that bring the human rights of sex workers into focus.

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National Network of Sex Workers Statement Challenging the ‘Last Girl First’: Second World Congress against the Sexual Exploitation of Women and Girls

The following is a statement from the National Network of Sex Workers challenging the ‘Last Girl First’: Second World Congress against the Sexual Exploitation of Women and Girls (January 29-31, 2017, New Delhi, India) organised by the Coalition for the Abolition of Prostitution International (CAP Intl). 

Community Guide: Young Sex Workers

This resource is a Community Guide to the policy brief on Young Sex Workers. The policy brief summarises the research on young people who sell sex including both young people who sell sex below the age of 18 and young sex workers between the ages of 18 and 29. It clearly demonstrates how the systemic discrimination, stigma, and criminalisation experienced by young people who sell sex increases their vulnerability to HIV.

Contents include:

Young Sex Workers

This global policy brief summarises the research on young people who sell sex including both young people who sell sex below the age of 18 and young sex workers between the ages of 18 and 29. It provides an overview of the legal framework that impact people under 18 who sell sex. It also summarises the available literature on the experiences of young people who sell sex. It clearly demonstrates how the systemic discrimination, stigma, and criminalisation experienced by young people who sell sex increases their vulnerability to HIV. A community guide is also available.

Working with Refugees Engaged in Sex Work: a Guidance Note for Humanitarians

The Women's Refugee Commission has published this guidance note for humanitarian on Working with Refugees Engaged in Sex Work. This guidance notes adopts a rights-based approach to ensuring the fulfillment and protection of refugees engaged in sex work. The guidance note offers 14 practical steps for field staff. It also provides examples of good practices and programme activities for refugees engaged in sex work.