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Trans United Europe: "Trans BPOC sex workers are overlooked" in COVID-19 response

NSWP member organisation Trans United Europe – founded to unite the networks of European operating Trans BPOC NGOs and individual BPOC trans activists living and working in Europe – have reported on how the COVID-19 pandemic is affecting Trans BPOC people in Europe through NSWP’s COVID-19 Impact Survey.

COVID-19 影响调查---欧洲

2020年4月,NSWP发起了一项全球调查,以了解COVID-19对性工作者的影响。调查共收到来自55个不同国家的156份回复,其中43份来自欧洲地区的17个国家,包括亚美尼亚、奥地利、保加利亚、法国、德国、匈牙利、爱尔兰、荷兰、挪威、罗马尼亚、俄罗斯、西班牙、瑞典、瑞士、北马其顿、乌克兰和英国 。

COVID-19大流行与其他健康危机一样,暴露了现有的不平等,不成比例地影响了已经被列为犯罪、边缘化和生活在财务不稳定状况下的人,这些人往往处于社会保护机制之外。来自各地区的性工作者领导的组织报告说,他们缺乏获得国家社会保护计划的机会,而且正在被为其他工作者制定的紧急社会保护措施被排除在外,特别是在性工作被定为犯罪的地方。由于COVID-19大流行,世界各地的性工作者都面临困难,收入完全丧失,歧视和骚扰增加.

你可以下载这份10页的PDF文件。该资源有中文、英文、法语、俄语和西班牙语的版本。

COVID-19 Impact – Europe

In April 2020, NSWP launched a global survey to understand the impact of COVID-19 on sex workers. The survey received 156 responses in total from 55 different countries out of which 43 responses were from 17 countries – Armenia, Austria, Bulgaria, France, Germany, Hungary, Ireland, Netherlands, Norway, Romania, Russia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, North Macedonia, Ukraine, and the United Kingdom – in the Europe region.

World Day Against Trafficking in Persons highlights Ireland’s failure, says Sex Workers Alliance Ireland

30th July is World Day Against Trafficking in Persons. Sex Workers Alliance Ireland circulated this press release illustrating that Ireland is not utilising its best weapon against sex trafficking: sex workers themselves. You can read the full release on SWAI's website.