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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24th September 2010 by NSWP | Region: North America and the Caribbean

Letter to the U. S. Department of State. This letter, signed by nine researchers from around the globe and addressed to Ambassador John Miller, provides a response to the facts listed in the Department of State's Fact Sheet on Prostitution and Trafficking, released in 2004. In this letter, the signatories discuss the problems with the fact sheet and it's conclusions,

Contents includes:
• Quoted statistics on numbers and types of persons trafficked that cannot be confirmed in legitimate studies of trafficking.

24th September 2010 by NSWP | Region: Global

This paper tries to give an impetus to further explore the meaning of a human rights based approach in the field of trafficking.

24th September 2010 by NSWP | Region: Global

This article focuses on the existing legal approaches to prostitution, the moral and ideological presumptions underlying the different legislative models and their impact on the working and living conditions of women and men working in the sex industry. It will also touch on the current debate on sex work, including the views of sexworkers themselves. Basically, four different legal regimes can be discerned - prohibitionist, abolitionist, regulamentarist, and labour approaches.

24th September 2010 by NSWP | Region: Asia and the Pacific

This report summarises the AIDS challenge in Asian and Pacific countries. Using the best available evidence, it discusses the reasons why critical services currently reach only a fraction of those in need. It also outlines the action needed that will allow the region to seize this key moment of opportunity.

Finally, the report makes recommendations for urgent implementation of strategies known to work, by global, regional and national political leaders, by international donors, the UN system, civil society and other key stakeholders in Asia and the Pacific.

This document contains:

24th September 2010 by NSWP | Region: Africa

Akina Mama wa Afrika (AMwA) created this document as a way to provide context for the sex worker rights movement by sharing the life stories of sex workers with others, in their own words, allowing them to share their dreams and experiences with others to help them better understand sex workers, and to help other sex workers find the value and power in their own experiences. Chapters include stories of sex workers, a guide to risk management tips for sex workers to have safer work lives, and a sex workers pledge.

24th September 2010 by NSWP | Region: Global

The Annotated Guide to the new UN Trafficking Protocol is a tool to assist advocates in the development of a human rights framework for national anti-trafficking laws and policies. In December 2000, the UN adopted international instruments to fight transnational organized crime and additional agreements or protocols to combat trafficking in persons, smuggling and firearms.

24th September 2010 by NSWP | Region: Global

Recommended Principles and Guidelines on Human Rights
and Human Trafficking
Report of the United Nations High Commissioner for
Human Rights to the Economic and Social Council.

You can download this 16 page PDF resource above. This resource is in English.

24th September 2010 by NSWP | Region: Global

Report of the Special Rapporteur on violence against women, its causes and consequences, Ms. Radhika Coomaraswamy, on trafficking in women, women's migration and violence against women, submitted in accordance with Commission on Human Rights resolution 1997/44.

You can download this 38 page PDF resource above. This resource is in English.

24th September 2010 by NSWP | Region: Europe

This article examines the public discourses invoked in United Kingdom debates about prostitution and the trafficking of women. It takes two particular debates as its focus: the kerbcrawling debates from the late 1970s to the present and the more recent trafficking debate. The authors suggest that there are three striking features about the UK discourses on prostitution: i) the absence of the sex work discourse, ii) the dominance of the public nuisance discourse in relation to kerb-crawling, and iii) the dominance of a traditional moral discourse in relation to trafficking.

24th September 2010 by NSWP | Region: North America and the Caribbean

This document describes the ethical and scientific requirements for their grantees and other studies requesting acknowledgement and funding that require the use of studies involving human beings. The document goes into detail in the following areas: Context of an ethics framework; Ethics Review; Free and informed consent; Privacy and confidentiality, Conflict of interest; Inclusion in research; Research involving Aboriginal peoples, Clinical Trials; Human Genetic Research; Research involving human gametes, embryos, or foetuses; and Human tissue research.