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La Organización en Estados Unidos

En este artículo se analiza la organización profesional del sexo en los Estados Unidos. Es título completo es "La Organización en Estados Unidos:  No es Aceptable Deslegitimar el Trabajo  Sexual bajo el Pretexto de la Trata de  Personas y el Fin de la Demanda". Fu

United States Organising

This article discusses sex worker organising in the United States. It's full title is 'United States Organising: It Is Not Okay to De-Legitimise Sex Work Under Guise of Trafficking and End Demand'. It was written by Cris Sardina of the Desiree Alliance, Penelope Saunders of the Best Practices Policy Project (BPPP) and others from local communities in the US. The article was published as part of Research for Sex Work 14: Sex Work is Work. Contents include:

Raids and Brothel Closures in Indonesia

The closing, and reopening, of brothels and red light districts in Indonesia has been happening for many years. Several brothel areas were closed in high profile operations across the country in 2015. A closure in Papua was attended by the national Minister for Social Affairs as she launched a “national anti-prostitution movement.”

Winnipeg Sex Workers Debunk Football Event Trafficking Claims

The Winnipeg Working Group for Sex Workers’ Rights is speaking out against claims that a major sporting event will increase “sex trafficking” in their city. In the lead up to the Grey Cup, a football event, government officials have set up over $45,000 CAD worth of funds to combat “human trafficking” in Winnipeg. The funds will be used to set up a phone hotline and an awareness campaign called Buying Sex is Not a Sport.

'End Demand' Gathers Steam in the US as 35 Mayors Sign On to Resolution and Celebrities Sign Up to Photo Campaign

Thirty-five mayors from across the United States, including Bill de Blasio in New York City, Rahm Emanuel in Chicago and Eric Garcetti in Los Angeles, have lent their support to a growing campaign for an “end demand” style of law enforcement to be used against the clients of sex workers.

Copa do Mundo, tráfico de mulheres e prostituição

A Copa do Mundo é um pretexto para boatos e disparates sobre tráfico de mulheres exploradas sexualmente, e esses boatos são pretextos para oprimir a prostituição. Esses boatos surgiram na Copa do Mundo de 2006 na Alemanha, na de 2010 na África do Sul e na Copa de 2014 no Brasil, e nada foi comprovado.

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Licensed Strip Clubs Banned in Saskatchewan Due to “Trafficking” Concerns

In yet another conflation of sex work and human trafficking, the Canadian province of Saskatchewan will no longer allow licensed strip clubs because of concerns about “human trafficking and sexual exploitation.”

The Premier of Saskatchewan, Brad Wall announced last month that his government would reverse its decision to allow licensed strip clubs because of concerns about human trafficking and sexual exploitation.