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Sex worker organisations and other human rights groups have condemned the arrest and violent mistreatment of women by police, who arrested more than 100 women at nightclubs in Abuja last week. It has been reported the women were arrested under sex work laws, although many of the women deny being sex workers.

Posted 6 Mayo 2019 by NSWP

La trata de personas ha llamado la atención mundial en las últimas décadas, en gran medida como resultado del desarrollo de marcos internacionales, de la presión de grupos de feministas fundamentalistas y abolicionistas y como reacción ante el incremento en la migración laboral.

Posted 3 Abril 2019 by NSWP

Sex worker-led organisations and National Ugly Mugs have raised concerns following news that Sacro has been awarded more than £1 million to develop an app for sex workers in Scotland.

Posted 2 Abril 2019 by NSWP

Finnish websites used by sex workers to advertise and share information with each other have been closed down following a judicial warrant by Spanish police. The websites, Sihteeriopisto (Secretary College) and the international counterpart, sexworknet, were launched in Finland but was maintenance was moved overseas when the sale of sexual services was outlawed in Finland in 2003. Spanish police issued the warrant on 26th March, since which point the websites have been unavailable. 

Posted 28 Marzo 2019 by NSWP

Amnesty International has released a new report highlighting the routine use of rape, violence and torture by police to punish women sex workers in the Dominican Republic.

Posted 28 Marzo 2019 by NSWP

Sex Workers Alliance Ireland has launched a new social media campaign to highlight the impact of laws criminalising the purchase of sexual services in the Republic of Ireland, which were introduced in 2017. The campaign highlights the increase in violence documented among sex workers since the introduction of the laws, and calls on the government to decriminalise sex work to ensure safety for sex workers. 

Posted 27 Marzo 2019 by NSWP