"It is critical that the government work to systematically involve sex workers in policy decisions that affect them..."
The materials in this kit seek to try to counter the prejudice, stereotypes and general misinformation that stand in place of accuracy about the circumstances of sex work and the people engaged in it. The rights to life, safety, free speech, political action and access to information and to basic health and education services are as important to sex workers as to anyone else. No one should lose these human rights because of the work they do.
Our Campaigns Summary This year, the United States participated in a Universal Periodic Review (UPR) – a process set up by the Human Rights Council at the United [...]
Our Campaigns Summary On 22-27 July 2012, more than 30,000 people will gather in Washington, D.C. for the International AIDS Conference. As the largest global health and development [...]
Our Campaigns Summary New York State Bill S1379/A2305 would stop police and prosecutors from using possession of condoms as evidence of prostitution. Currently, police and courts can use [...]