We work with sex workers - men, women and transgender people and their families and children.
Sex workers are taking part in all the affairs of our organisation: strategic decision-making and on a daily basis, working as paid employees, engaging in broad measures implemented by our organisation.
Under current law, sex work is neither a crime nor an administrative offense but despite this, every day police conduct raids in violation of the rights of women who sell sex, they do not receive adequate protection of the law. The lack of protection by the State creates conditions for the illegal actions of the police -
extortion, blackmail and violence.
Prevention programs, drop-in center for sex workers, documenting
violations of the rights of sex workers