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

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

The global flow of money, goods, culture and ideas has been accompanied by a global flow of people. Yet, with increasing migration levels, also various exploitative and abusive forms of migration have become more prevalent. Attention for the topic of trafficking in migrants has found so far most resonance within human rights organizations, numerous non-governmental and international organizations, bodies and lobby networks, as well as in sensationalist media.

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

The Trafficking Victims Protection Act of 2000 has been presented as an important tool in combatting the exploitation and abuse of undocumented workers, especially those forced into prostitution. Through a close reading of the legislation and the debates surrounding its passage, this article argues that the law makes strategic use of anxieties over sexuality, gender, and immigration to further curtail migration.

24th September 2010 by NSWP | Region: Global, Asia and the Pacific, North America and the Caribbean

This article explores the implications of an amendment to H.R. 1298, the United States Leadership Against HIV/AIDs, Tuberculosis, and Malaria Act, seeks to deny U.S. funding to organizations that do not have a policy explicitly opposing prostitution.

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

The global flow of money, goods, culture and ideas has been accompanied by a global flow of people. Yet, with increasing migration levels, also various exploitative and abusive forms of migration have become more prevalent. Attention for the topic of trafficking in migrants has found so far most resonance within human rights organizations, numerous non-governmental and international organizations, bodies and lobby networks, as well as in sensationalist media.

24th September 2010 by NSWP | Region: Global, Asia and the Pacific, North America and the Caribbean

This article explores the implications of an amendment to H.R. 1298, the United States Leadership Against HIV/AIDs, Tuberculosis, and Malaria Act, seeks to deny U.S. funding to organizations that do not have a policy explicitly opposing prostitution.

24th September 2010 by NSWP | Region: Europe

This report provides an overview of important issues that sex workers face in the region as well as to the political, economic, and social factors that influence policies and attitudes toward sex workers. It focuses primarily on existing laws and policies and their consequences from the perspective of HIV prevention and treatment. The report also offers recommendations designed to uphold sex workers’ human rights and remove barriers that reduce their ability or willingness to obtain access to consistent and equitable health care and other social services.

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

On June 4, 2004, the Assembly Committee on Labour and Employment conducted an informational hearing in response to the recent incidence of HIV among adult industry performers in California.

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

This memorandum analyses the constitutionality of the federal government’s requirement that international relief organisations adopt policies explicitly opposing prostitution and sex trafficking if they wish to participate in federally-funded programmes designed to combat the worldwide spread of HIV/AIDS. We conclude that the First Amendment bars Congress from requiring relief organisations based in the United States to adopt a specific policy position opposing prostitution as a condition of participating in federally-funded programmes delivering HIV/AIDS prevention, treatment and related social services.  

24th September 2010 by NSWP | Region: Global

“Demand” is a current buzzword among some anti-trafficking activists, in which they argue that demand for sex work drives trafficking in persons, and that arresting clients who patronize sex workers will reduce the problem. However, demand for sex work is not a predominant driving factor for trafficking, which is driven by poverty, race, and gender inequities.

You can download this 1 page PDF resource above. This resource is in English.

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

This paper summarises and reports on research involving documenting womens labour migration and occurances of trafficking, focusing on women in Bangladesh, Kolkata, Mumbai, and Kuwait.