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Vingt années néfastes pour les travailleurSEs du sexe – Le #ModèleSuédois vu par Fuckförbundet

Lors de la première conférence internationale sur les droits des travailleur·se·s du sexe ayant lieu en Suède fin septembre 2019, Fuckförbundet a publié un rapport d’impact très documenté sur la loi suédoise pénalisant l’achat de services sexuels en vigueur depuis 1999.

France: 250 Sex Workers Appeal to the European Court of Human Rights

Following the decision of February 1 of the French Constitutional Council not to invalidate the penalisation of clients under the Prostitution Law, 250 sex workers working in France have decided to bring their case to the European Court of Human Rights. They are supported by 19 community, health and feminist organizations that defend the health and rights of all those involved in the sex trade.

Queensland withdraws laws increasing police powers to target sex workers

Queensland has withdrawn draft laws from State parliament which would have increased police powers, shifted police and licensing authority coverage from brothels to anywhere sex work takes place, and allowed police to covertly film sex workers, following a campaign by sex workers in Australia.

Twenty Years Of Failing Sex Workers: A community report on the impact of the 1999 Swedish Sex Purchase Act

Fuckförbundet launched a new report - "20 Years Of Failing Sex Workers" - as part of their 2019 conference "Sex Work, Human Rights And Health: Assessing 20 Years Of Swedish Model". It brings together available evidence from sex workers on the impact of the law. Contents include: