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Инфографика: Ликвидация уголовного преследования третьих лиц

Эта инфографика резюмирует исследования по декриминализации третьих лиц. В ней подробно объясняется, почему НСВП и ее члены призывают отказаться от уголовного преследования третьих лиц.   Здесь также рассматриваются основные типы вреда для секс-работников в связи с уголовным преследованием третьих лиц. 

Инфографика «Декриминализация третьих лиц» - это новый инструмент защиты интересов секс-работников во всем мире. Он был разработан и создан Смо Сенкевичем.

Infographie: La decriminalisation des tierces parties

Cette infographie résume les recherches sur la decriminalisation des tierces parties. Il a pour objectif d'expliciter les raisons pour lesquelles NSWP appelle à la décriminalisation des tierces parties.  Il traite des effets néfastes que la criminalisation des tierces parties peut avoir sur les travailleurSEs du sexe.

L'infographie sur la decriminalisation des tierces parties est un nouvel outil de plaidoyer pour les travailleurs du sexe dans le monde. Il a été conçu et créé par Smo Sienkiewicz.

信息图: 政策简报 对第三方的去罪化

此信息图总结了对第三方非犯罪化的研究。 文中详细叙述为什么NSWP及其成员呼吁对第三方去罪化。 文章讨论了对第三方刑事定罪导致的对性工作者的主要伤害。

此信息图是全球性工作者倡导的新工具。它是由Smo Sienkiewicz设计和创建的。

您可以在上方下载此PDF。此资源提供英语,中文,法语,俄语和西班牙语。

政策简报 对第三方的去罪化

 

Animation: Challenging the introduction of the Nordic Model

This animation looks at the harms caused to sex workers in countries where the Nordic Model has been introduced and  is intended as a tool to strengthen and support NSWP members and sex workers’ rights advocates’ ability to actively challenge proposals to introduce the Nordic approach in their countries.

The Challenging the introduction of the Nordic Model animation is a new tool for sex workers' advocacy worldwide. It was designed and created by Smo Sienkiewicz.

Animation: The Impact of Anti-trafficking Legislation and Initiatives on Sex Workers

Trafficking in persons has generated increasing global attention in recent decades, largely due to the development of international frameworks, pressure from fundamental feminist and abolitionist groups, and as a reaction to increased migration for labour. International policies on trafficking frequently contain vague or ambiguous language, which can cause harm to sex workers in a number of ways. 

Infographic: Sex Work and the Law

This infographic describes the different legislative frameworks used to criminalise and oppress sex work and sex workers, including oppressive regulatory frameworks.

The Sex Work and the Law infographic is a new tool for sex workers' advocacy worldwide. It was designed and created by Smo Sienkiewicz.

Infographic: Challenging the introduction of the Nordic Model

This infographic looks at the harms caused to sex workers in countries where the Nordic Model has been introduced and  is intended as a tool to strengthen and support NSWP members and sex workers’ rights advocates’ ability to actively challenge proposals to introduce the Nordic approach in their countries.

The Challenging the introduction of the Nordic Model infographic is a new tool for sex workers' advocacy worldwide. It was designed and created by Smo Sienkiewicz.

Infographic: The Impact of Criminalisation on Sex Workers’ Vulnerability to HIV and Violence

This infographic examines the impact of laws that criminalise sex work, informed by NSWP members’ submissions to an e-consultation. It examines the impact of criminalisation at three distinct phases: the surveillance and policing of sex workers prior to arrest; arrest and formal involvement of the criminal justice system; and release and return to the community.

The Impact of Criminalisation on Sex Workers’ Vulnerability to HIV and Violence infographic is a new tool for sex workers' advocacy worldwide. It was designed and created by Smo Sienkiewicz.

Infographic: The Impact of Anti-trafficking Legislation and Initiatives on Sex Workers

Trafficking in persons has generated increasing global attention in recent decades, largely due to the development of international frameworks, pressure from fundamental feminist and abolitionist groups, and as a reaction to increased migration for labour. International policies on trafficking frequently contain vague or ambiguous language, which can cause harm to sex workers in a number of ways.