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UMANDE, HODSAS and ACODHU-TS have released a statement addressing an upsurge of acts of violence against sex workers in the East of the Democratic Republic of Congo. This new statement follows others that have so far been ignored by the Congolese government.

Posted 11 Mayo 2021 by NSWP

Red Umbrella Fund are looking for two sex workers or strong allies from somewhere in North America and Central Europe, Eastern Europe and Central Asia.

Red Umbrella Fund is the first-ever global grantmaking collaborative guided by and for sex workers. Red Umbrella Fund is guided by an International Steering Committee (ISC) made up of sex workers and donors. The ISC decides the grantmaking criteria, approves the annual budget and makes other strategic decisions.

Posted 10 Mayo 2021 by NSWP

Sex Work, Health, and Human Rights is the first global [open source] textbook co-written by sex workers and academics about sex workers' diverse health and human rights’ needs. Drawing upon community case studies and academic research from around the world, the book highlights the sustained health and social inequities that sex workers in all of their diversity face. It showcases successful interventions and the resistance, resilience and creativity of the sex worker movements in the face of challenges.

Posted 20 Abril 2021 by NSWP

An open letter from Decrim Now calling on UK MPs to oppose further criminalisation of sex work has received over 150 signatures. NSWP have joined organisations such as Amnesty International, Liberty, Freedom United, Stonewall and Sisters Uncut in adding their support to the sex worker-led call, as have unions including GMB and United Voices of the World, and celebrities including FKA Twigs.

Posted 12 Abril 2021 by NSWP

NSWP member organisation Butterfly - Asian and Migrant Sex Workers Support Network have launched a campaign making 8 Calls for Justice to promote racial and migrant justice of migrant sex workers and protect their human and labour rights.

Posted 29 Marzo 2021 by NSWP