This Briefing Paper explores the human rights barriers encountered by migrant sex workers as a result of their type of labour. It highlights their lack of access to services, as well as the increased precariousness and exclusion they face due to legal restrictions on cross-border movement and work in the sex industry. This paper also places migrant sex work in the context of international labour migration, using consultation responses from NSWP member organisations.
- Migrant Sex Work in the context of international human rights law
- Global Perspectives on migration and sex work
- structural inequality
- barriers to rights
- access to services
- Considerations for health services
- Conclusion and recommendations
You can download this 16 page Briefing Paper above. This resource is available in English, and will be available in Chinese, French, Russian and Spanish soon.