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艾滋病研究和福利中心(HIV/AIDS Research and Welfare Centre,简称HARC)通过这次Covid-19影响调查向NSWP报告了他们的经历。

Влияние коронавируса: Бангладеш

НСВП проводит опрос, чтобы следить за вилянием пандемии коронавируса на секс-работников, самоорганизации секс-работников и сообщество.

Мы делимся поступившими к нам историями и опытом организаций из разных стран мира, чтобы понять, что правительства разных стран мира делают для поддержки секс-работников и самоорганизаций секс-работников и как сообщество секс-работников реагирует на кризис.

COVID-19 Impact – North Macedonia

We are sharing five articles focussing on the impact of the current health crisis on the five NSWP regions, based on responses to our COVID-19 Impact Survey. These snapshots provide an insight into what governments are doing – and not doing – to support sex workers and sex worker organisations and how the sex worker community are responding to the crisis.

COVID-19 Impact – Bangladesh

NSWP are conducting a survey to monitor and report on the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on sex workers and sex worker organisations and their communities.

We are sharing the stories and experiences of organisations from around the world, as reported to us, in order to gain an insight into what governments are doing – and not doing – to support sex workers and sex worker organisations and how the sex worker community are responding to the crisis.

Sex Workers Must Not Be Left Behind in the Response to COVID-19

A joint statement from Global Network of Sex Work Projects (NSWP) and UNAIDS.
The COVID-19 pandemic, as with other health crises, exposes existing inequalities and disproportionately affects people already criminalized, marginalized and living in financially precarious situations, often outside social protection mechanisms.


NSWP are reporting on the impact of COVID-19 on sex workers around the world. We are documenting and reporting to international policy makers about human rights violations, and putting pressure on national policy makers to ensure the needs of sex workers are not ignored in this pandemic. We are also sharing stories of solidarity and strength within the sex worker community.


GAATW call for the anti-trafficking movement to ‘take a step back’ during COVID-19 pandemic

The Global Alliance Against Traffic in Women (GAATW) have issued a statement that urges the anti-trafficking movement to acknowledge a broader perspective on trafficking during the global COVID-19 pandemic. The statement also calls into question the opportunistic link between the widespread disruption of lives and livelihoods during the COVID-19 pandemic to trafficking and ‘modern slavery’.