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ДОКЛАДЫ ИЗ ТЕНИ: Использование КЛДЖ для защиты прав и интересов секс-работниковв странах Центральной и Восточной Европы и Центральной Азии

Секс-работников правозащитной сети (SWAN) опубликовала свой доклад с помощью CEDAW выступать за работников сферы сексуальных прав в Центральной и Восточной Европе и Центральной AsiaThis буклет направлен на секс-работников, работников секс-групп, организаций, работающих с секс-работниками, женскими группами, потребителей наркотиков "группы, ЛГБТ-группы, правозащитных организаций и других союзников, которые хотят знать больше о продвижении признания секс-работников прав через органы Организации Объединенных Наций по правам человека и, в частности, через комитет по Конвенции по ликвидации всех форм дискриминации в отношении женщин (CEDAW).

Reporting from the Shadows: Using CEDAW to Advocate for Sex Workers' Rights in Central Eastern Europe and Central Asia

The Sex Workers' Rights Advocacy Network (SWAN) has published their report Using CEDAW to Advocate for Sex Workers' Rights in Central Eastern Europe and Central Asia. This booklet is aimed at sex workers, sex worker groups, organisations working with sex workers, women’s groups, drug users’ groups, LGBT groups, human rights organisations and other allies who want to know more about advancing recognition for sex workers’ rights through the United Nations human rights bodies, and in particular, through the Committee on the Elimination of Discrimination against Women (CEDAW).

Outlawed and Abused: Criminalizing Sex Work in Papua New Guinea Summary

Amnesty International has published their research entitled Outlawed and Abused: Criminalizing Sex Work in Papua New Guinea Summary to accompany their Policy on State Obligations to Respect, Protect, and Fulfil the Human Rights of Sex Workers. While there are no laws directly criminalising sex work in Papua New Guinea, there are laws surrounding sex work that put sex workers at risk of police violence, violence from the community, and violence from clients.

Outlawed and Abused: Criminalizing Sex Work in Papua New Guinea

Amnesty International has published their research entitled Outlawed and Abused: Criminalizing Sex Work in Papua New Guinea to accompany their Policy on State Obligations to Respect, Protect, and Fulfil the Human Rights of Sex Workers. While there are no laws directly criminalising sex work in Papua New Guinea, there are laws surrounding sex work that put sex workers at risk of police violence, violence from the community, and violence from clients.

El Coste Humano de Penalizar el Trabajo Sexual en la Ciudad de Buenos Aires, Argentina Resumen

Amnistía Internacional ha publicado su investigación titulada "Lo Que Hago no es un Delito": El costo humano de criminalizar el trabajo sexual en la ciudad de Buenos Aires, Argentina Resumen Ejecutivo para acompañar a su publicado Sobre la Obligacion del Estado de Respectar, Proteger, y Realizar Los Derechos Humanos de las Personas Dedicadas l Trabajo Sexual. A pesar de que el trabajo sexual no es un delito en la Argentina, los trabajadores sexuales, clientes y terceros son penalizados por las leyes de comunicación y las leyes contra la trata. Su reseach muestra que la existencia y el cumplimiento del marco jurídico penal en torno al trabajo sexual en Buenos Aires ha dado lugar a violaciones de los derechos humanos y las violaciónes contra los profesionales del sexo por la policía, los funcionarios estatales y proveedores de servicios médicos.

Politica de Aministia Internacional Trabajo Sexual

Amnistía Internacional ha publicado Sobre la Obligacion del Estado de Respectar, Proteger, y Realizar Los Derechos Humanos de las Personas Dedicadas l Trabajo Sexual. Amnistía Internacional pide la despenalización de todos los aspectos del trabajo sexual consensual adulta, incluyendo todas las leyes que penalizan a los profesionales del sexo, clientes y terceros. Amnistía Internacional también pide el fin de la aplicación discriminatoria de otras leyes en contra de los trabajadores sexuales, tales como la vagancia, vagancia, y los requisitos de inmigración.

Position sur le Travail du Sexe d'Amnesty International

Amnesty International a publié leur politique Relative à l'Obligation des États de Respecter, Protéger, et Mettre en Oevres les Droits Humains des Travailleuse et Travailleur du Sexe. Amnesty International exigent la décriminalisation des adultes consentent qui travaillent dans le milieux du travail du sexe, y compris toutes les lois qui criminalisent les travailleurs du sexe, des clients et des tiers personnes. Amnesty International appelle également à la fin de l'application discriminatoire des autres lois contre les travailleurs du sexe, tels que le vagabondage, le vagabondage, et les exigences en matière d'immigration.

Amnesty International Policy on Sex Work

Amnesty International has published their Policy on State Obligations to Respect, Protect, and Fulfil the Human Rights of Sex Workers. Amnesty International calls for the decriminalisation of all aspects of adult consensual sex work including all laws which criminalise sex workers, clients, and third parties. Amnesty International also calls for the end of the discriminatory enforcement of other laws against sex workers, such as vagrancy, loitering, and immigration requirements.

National Day of Action in Canada

On the 11th of June, Canadian sex workers and their allies are mobilising in a National Day of Action. In June of 2013, as a response to Bedford v. Canada and the lack of sex worker representation during the debates around anti-sex work legislation being introduced, sex workers, sex worker rights groups and their allies across the country came together to raise awareness around the need for evidence-based sex work law reform.

A High-Level Failure for the United Nations on Key Populations

Gay Men, Transgender People and Sex Workers Outraged Over Failed Political Declaration From the United Nations High-Level Meeting on Ending AIDS

The Global Network of Sex Work Projects, The Global Network of Trans Women and HIV (IRGT), Global Action for Trans Equality (GATE),  and MSMGF (The Global Forum on MSM & HIV) together with the Global Platform to Fast-Track the HIV and Human Rights Responses Among Gay and Bisexual Men and Other Men Who Have Sex with Men (The Platform) are deeply disappointed by the adoption of a flawed Political Declaration today at the United Nations High-Level Meeting on Ending AIDS (HLM).  The Political Declaration inexcusably fails to meaningfully address the HIV epidemic among key populations, including gay and bisexual men and other men who have sex with men, sex workers, people who use drugs, and transgender people.