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Enhancing sex workers’ capacity to engage with Global Fund processes: Evaluating NSWP’s 2018 capacity building programme

This case study focuses on the NSWP’s Global Fund capacity development programme for regional and national sex worker-led organisations, and assesses its impact. The programme supports a range of capacity building activities in 27 countries, and this case study focuses on the impact of these interventions in 2018. Specifically, the case study highlights the ability of regional networks and community experts to provide technical support relating to the Global Fund, and the capacity within sex worker-led organisations to engage with the Global Fund.

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Annual Report 2018

The Annual Report highlights the activities and achievements of NSWP in 2018. These activities include capacity building, providing technical support to regional networks and the development of advocacy tools that bring the human rights of sex workers into focus. It also highlights partnership working with the women's rights movement, key populations networks and UN agencies. 

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Законодательство В Отношении Секс-Работы В Центральной И Восточное Европе И Центральной Азии (ЦВЕЦА)

Правовые системы, целью которых является контроль и регулирование секс-работы, в последние три десятилетия претерпели существенные изменения в странах Восточной и Центральной Европы и Центральной Азии (ЦВЕЦА). Эти изменения произошли в значительной степени из-за радикальных политических событий в современной истории региона, в частности распада СССР и Социалистической Федеративной Республики Югославия.

The Anti-Trafficking Review: Special Issue – Sex Work

This special issue of the Anti-Trafficking Review highlights some of the current achievements of, and challenges faced by, the global sex workers' rights movement. Contributors examine the ways in which organising and collectivisation have enabled sex workers to speak up for themselves and tell their own stories, claim their human, social, and labour rights, resist stigma and punitive laws and policies, and provide mutual and peer-based support.