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对性工作的定罪使得性工作者在行使自己的经济权利的时候面临一系列障碍。性工作者面临多重的风险,这些风险会互相叠加而更加严重,如社会边缘化、暴力和健康状况不佳,限制了性工作者改善生活和工作条件、获得经济安全的能力。此外,性工作者通常无法获得银行账号、储蓄计划、贷款和法律形式的信用、保险、养老金和其他基本的雇佣权益。

很多针对性工作者的经济赋权项目关注“康复”而不是经济安全,无法有效地让性工作者参与项目的设计,并且无视对高质量、以权利为基础项目的呼吁。同时,成功的性工作者领导的项目常常被忽视,无法获得资助,也无法扩大和复制。

这份简报检视了刑事定罪对经济赋权的影响,并记录了现有的针对性工作者和由性工作者开展的项目,展示了好的实践,并提出了重要建议。

你可以下载这份13页的PDF文件。该资源有中文、英文、法语、俄语和西班牙语的版本。本资源由木林丛英文版本翻译成中文。社区工具包可在这里找到.

本文件是《简报: 对性工作者的经济赋权》的配套社群指南。指南概述了简报全文,并为政策制定者和医疗服务机构提供了重要建议。

你可以下载这份5页的PDF文件。该资源有中文、英文、法语、俄语和西班牙语的版本。本资源由木林丛英文版本翻译成中文。

这是对性工作,人权和法律NSWP的共识声明的摘要。该共识声明是代表NSWP成员和性工作者,他们代表包括性工作者所有性别的,阶级,种族,民族,健康状况,年龄,民族,国籍,语言,教育水平,残疾,以及许多其他因素的发行。

该声明涉及的八项权利:

  •     关联和组织的权利;
  •     权受法律保护;
  •     该权利不受暴力侵害;
  •     该权利不受歧视的;
  •     从任意干涉隐私的权利和自由;
  •     健康权;
  •     移动和迁移的权利; 和
  •     工作权和自由选择职业


您可以下载这个12页的PDF文档上面。这种资源可在中国,英语,法语,西班牙语和俄语。

The criminalisation of sex workers’ clients is often claimed to be part of a new legal framework to eradicate sex work and trafficking by ‘ending demand’. In 1999, Sweden criminalised sex workers’ clients and maintained the criminalisation of third parties such as brothel-owners, managers, security and support staff. The individual selling of sex remained legal. This model is frequently referred to as the ‘Swedish’, ‘Nordic’ or ‘End Demand’ model. There is great pressure in many countries to advance such legal and policy measures. The damaging consequences of this model on sex workers’ health, rights and living conditions are rarely discussed.  

The criminalisation of sex workers’ clients is often claimed to be part of a new legal framework to eradicate sex work and trafficking by ‘ending demand’. In 1999, Sweden criminalised sex workers’ clients and maintained the criminalisation of third parties such as brothel-owners, managers, security and support staff. The individual selling of sex remained legal. This model is frequently referred to as the ‘Swedish’, ‘Nordic’ or ‘End Demand’ model. There is great pressure in many countries to advance such legal and policy measures. The damaging consequences of this model on sex workers’ health, rights and living conditions are rarely discussed.