14th September 2019 marked the first Sex Worker Pride, created to celebrate sex workers’ self-determination and the achievements of the sex worker rights movement. Many sex worker groups marked the day with events and online actions.
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On the inauguration of Sex Worker Pride, the Global Network of Sex Work Projects (NSWP) joins the Global Network of People Living with HIV (GNP+) and the International Community of Women Living with HIV (ICW) in announcing our full and unwavering support for HIV2020, given the IAS decision to host the 2020 International AIDS Conference (AIDS2020) in a country that has legal travel restrictions for sex workers - the USA - for
The University of Coruña has cancelled an upcoming conference on sex work after ‘harassment and cruelty’ directed towards them on social media.
Sex workers and other key populations call on their allies and partners in the UN system and broader civil society to speak up, loudly and clearly, to support the call to put the last mile first in the Universal Health Coverage negotiations and implementation.
Depois do encerramento da Conferência IAS 2019 sobre Ciência do HIV na Cidade do México, em junho deste ano, redes mundiais lideradas por comunidades de pessoas que vivem com HIV e populações-chave uniram forças com ativistas mexicanos e latino-americanos para continuar o planejamento da Conferência HIV 2020.
At the 23 September 2019 UN High Level Meeting on Universal Health Coverage, we demand governments pledge to put the last mile first and offer access to affordable, stigma-free, and quality health care to key populations.
NSWP welcomes Winnie Byanyima as she steps into the critical role of leading UNAIDS as it addresses the unfinished business of the HIV response.
上个月，2019年IAS（International AIDS Society）艾滋病科学会议于墨西哥城结束后，全球社群主导组织正在与墨西哥和拉丁美洲的倡导者们联合来计划即将到来的HIV2020会议。
Sex workers are calling for more prevention and sensitisation work during the Ebola outbreak in the Democratic Republic of Congo, following the recent death of a sex worker in Eastern DRC.
An Irish campaign group is calling for changes to police policy following the results of a new study, which shows that more than 150 sex workers have been prosecuted under brothel keeping laws over the last ten years. The same study showed that almost all of those convicted under brothel keeping laws are migrant women, and that in 90% of the cases, those involved were ‘named and shamed’ in the media.
Le mois dernier, s’est tenu à Mexico un congrès scientifique sur le VIH organisé par la Société internationale sur le sida. Suite à cet évènement, les réseaux internationaux dirigés par les populations clés ont joint leurs forces aux organisations de défense des droits des personnes du Mexique et d’Amérique latine pour continuer à se préparer pour la conférence HIV2020.
После закрытия конференции Международного общества по СПИДу по научным исследования в сфере ВИЧ-2019, международные сети ключевых групп населения собрались вместе с активистами из Мексики и Латинской Америки, чтобы продолжить планирование мероприятий к предстоящей конференции по СПИДу-2020.
Después del cierre de la Conferencia IAS 2019 sobre Ciencia del VIH en la Ciudad de México en el mes pasado, redes mundiales lideradas por la comunidad y poblaciones claves unieron fuerzas con activistas mexicanos y latinoamericanos para continuar la planificación de la Conferencia VIH2020.
After the close of the 2019 IAS Conference on HIV Science in Mexico City last month, global community-led networks joined forces with Mexican and Latin American advocates to continue planning for the upcoming HIV2020 Conference.
STOPAIDS, a network of civil society organisations campaigning for UK leadership in the global response to HIV and AIDS, has published a new position paper supporting the decriminalisation of sex work. The policy is the result of work with its 70-strong membership over a two year period, and aims to build support among STOPAIDS members for a sex work legal framework that protects the human righ
A new sex workers' union has been formed in Ecuador, set up to visibilise cisgender men and trans people who sell sex, and to demand sex workers' rights in the city of Quito. Sindicato de Trabajadorxs Sexuales de Quito [Quito Sex Workers' Union] is made up of cisgender women sex workers, some 300-40
NSWP is launching a fourth International sex worker rights day, Sex Worker Pride, taking place on 14th September each year. This day will celebrate sex workers’ self-determination and enhanced visibility and show the achievements of sex worker-led organisations.