我们的会员

我们的成员是地方性、全国性或区域性性工作者主导组织和网络,遍及五大区域:非洲、亚太,欧洲(包括东欧和中欧),拉美,北美与加勒比。

所有NSWP成员都认可这些核心价值和NSWP的《关于性工作、人权和法律的共识声明》

NSWP成员来自不同的文化背景,有不同的经历和组织历史。这些组织大多数是独立的、由性工作者主导的机构,一些是大型组织中非正式的性工作者团体,一些是支持性工作者权利的非政府组织。一些成员组织提供服务,一些专注于倡导,一些工作重点在动员资源减低易感性,所有成员都致力于影响性工作者健康福祉的人权议题。可以在区域页面上点击地图上的小红伞来找到我们的成员。

注意:安全保障起见,NSWP不会在网站上标明哪些成员是性工作者主导的。成员也可以选择不被列在公开网站上。

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Regional updates

11th December 2010 by NSWP | Region: Global

The meeting was organised by Different Avenues, Women of Colour United and Center for Health and Gender Equity (CHANGE), and was held at OSI in Washington, D.C. OSI commissioned the analysis of U.S. immigration law and review of the grounds for inadmissibility to inform conversations about a waiver process for sex workers, people who use drugs and those with criminal convictions to attend the 2012 AIDS conference that is planned to be held in the U.S..

11th December 2010 by NSWP | Region: Asia and the Pacific

This report details the abuses, including illegal detainment, physical, sexual, and social violence, perpetrated by law enforcement, legal, and social agencies against sex workers in Cambodia.

11th December 2010 by NSWP | Region: North America and the Caribbean

This report presents the expert opinions of sex workers and their experiences working within the current legal framework. The affidavits highlight many ways in which Canada’s sex trade laws worsen the already harmful conditions under which sex workers live, add to the stigma of their employment and social position, and support the inference that sex workers are less worthy of value than other members of society. Given this evidence, it is argued that the laws violate the expression, liberty, security and equality provisions of the Charter of Rights and Freedoms. It is found that these violations cannot be justified in a free and democratic society. This report also puts forward recommendations for law reform in Canada.

11th December 2010 by NSWP | Region: North America and the Caribbean

This report is the beginning of an important social dialogue about the role that the law will play in governing the sex industry in Canada. Pivot has argued that criminal law reform is the first step towards a shift from the status quo, where sex workers are subject to extreme levels of violence and social marginalisation, to a society where sex workers are empowered to create safe and dignified working conditions. Criminal law reform will be most effectively carried out if all levels of government consider the findings of this research and contemplate how areas of law that fall within their jurisdiction will play a role in creating a safe and legitimate sex industry.

11th December 2010 by NSWP | Region: North America and the Caribbean

This is a brief guide for clients and potential clients of sex workers, focusing on etiquette, safer sex, and anti-violence guidelines.

11th December 2010 by NSWP | Region: North America and the Caribbean

This report summarises the findings of a human rights project conducted by the Sex Workers Project in 2007 and 2008 to explore the impacts and effectiveness of  anti-trafficking approaches in the United States. These approaches include anti-trafficking raids and vice raids targeting sex work conducted by local law enforcement agencies in different cities. It is among the first efforts since the passage of the Trafficking Victims Protection Act of 2000 to give voice to the perspectives of trafficked persons and sex workers who have experienced anti-trafficking raids. A total of 46 people were interviewed for the report.

11th December 2010 by NSWP | Region: Asia and the Pacific

This report details the changes in HIV infection rates in Thailand from the 1980's (prior to the implementation of the 100% Condom Use Programme) to the current day, and examines both the improvements that have been made and the areas still unresolved with regard to sex worker health and safety.

11th December 2010 by NSWP | Region: Global

This document is a collection of fact sheets discussing the reasons for and effects of decriminalisation of sex work worldwide, including health, safety, worker's rights, children's rights, public health, economics, and women's rights.

11th December 2010 by NSWP | Region: Africa

The criminalisation of sex work in Botswana, Namibia, and South Africa leaves sex workers vulnerable to sexual and physical abuse, as well as extortion, from law enforcement officers such as police and border guards. Human rights violations and a lack of safe and supportive working conditions render sex workers particularly vulnerable to HIV. These are some of the findings of this report on the health and rights challenges confronted by female, male, and transgender sex workers in Botswana, Namibia, and South Africa.

11th December 2010 by NSWP | Region: North America and the Caribbean

This report examines the impact of law enforcement approaches to street-based sex work in New York City and proposes a series of policy and practice recommendations for reform based on the researchers’ analyses of the data collected. This report also seeks to promote reasoned, fact-based, and informed debate regarding street-based prostitution in New York City. Public discussion of this issue usually occurs in flashy headlines that are meant to titillate rather than to explore the consequences of policy decisions in depth. This is a special effort to give voice to the problems faced by street-based sex workers, using their own words, since this is a voice that is almost always left out of policy debates.