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Годовой отчет 2015

Годовой отчет освещает деятельность и достижения NSWP в 2015 году Эти мероприятия включают наращивание потенциала, оказание технической поддержки региональным сетям и развитие информационно-пропагандистских инструментов, которые приносят прав человека секс-работников в центр внимания.

Rapport Annuel 2015

Le rapport annuel met l'accent sur les activités et réalisations du NSWP en 2015. Ces activités comprennent le renforcement des capacités, l'appui technique aux réseaux régionaux et le développement d'outils de plaidoyer qui mettent en valeur les droits humains des travailleurSEs du sexe.

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Ireland Passes Law Criminalising Clients of Sex Workers

A new sex work law has been adopted in Ireland. The Sexual Offences Bill criminalises the purchase of sexual services and increase the penalties for indoor sex workers. Ireland has become a seventh country (after Sweden, Norway, Iceland, Northern Ireland, Canada, and France) to adopt the “Nordic Model” of criminalising the clients of sex workers.

Selling and buying sex was not illegal in Ireland. Communicating about sexual services in public was prohibited and third parties were criminalised. It was also illegal for sex workers to work together indoors.

NSWP Convenes Consortium Meeting

From 29 January to 2 February 2017, NSWP hosted a meeting with the regional networks part of the sex worker networks’ consortium to share experiences and plan the next year of the Robert Carr Fund for Civil Society Networks’ grant (RCNF) and Bridging the Gaps (BtG) grant. RCNF provides funding to regional networks to offer training to sex workers on the Global Fund and the Sex Worker Implementation Tool.