Miembros

Los miembros de la NSWP son organizaciones y redes locales, nacionales o regionales, de personas que ejercen trabajo sexual ubicadas en cinco regiones: África, Asia y el Pacífico, Europa, América Latina y Norteamérica y el Caribe. Los miembros  en cada región eligen dos representantes a la Junta de Directores de la NSWP.

Es requisito para todas las organizaciones miembros suscribir los valores fundamentales de la NSWP así como la Declaración de Consenso sobre Trabajo Sexual, Derechos Humanos y la Ley. Sólo las organizaciones y redes lideradas por PERTS tienen derecho a voto.

Los miembros de la NSWP provienen de diversas culturas y tienen diferentes experiencias e historias organizacionales. La mayoría son organizaciones independientes lideradas por PERTS, algunas son grupos informales de PERTS dentro de organizaciones más grandes, y algunas son ONGs que promueven los derechos de las PERTS. Algunas organizaciones miembros proveen servicios, otras se enfocan en abogacía, otras más en movilizarse para reducir la vulnerabilidad; todas trabajan temáticas de derechos humanos que repercuten en la salud y el bienestar de las PERTS.

Usted puede encontrar a nuestros miembros buscando en las páginas regionales o haciendo click en los paraguas rojos sobre el mapa.

Nota: Por razones de seguridad como de protección, la NSWP no identifica qué miembros son organizaciones lideradas por PERTS en nuestro sitio web, y algunos de nuestros miembros pueden haber escogido no aparecer públicamente en él.

Regional updates

18th Febrero 2021 | Region: North America and the Caribbean

NSWP member organisation the Sex Workers Project (SWP) of the Urban Justice Center (UJC) provides legal advocacy to survivors of human trafficking and people who engage in sex work. They engage in advocacy, education, and organising to build a movement to protect the human rights of sex workers.

The Sex Workers Project of the Urban Justice Center have issued a statement opposing the harmful “sex trade survivors justice and equality act”, a new bill introduced to state senate in January.

8th Febrero 2021 | Region: Global

The SEXHUM project (Sexual Humanitarianism: Migration, Sex Work and Trafficking) has published the SEXHUM Policy Making Report with policy recommendations on migration, sex work and trafficking globally and in Australia, France, New Zealand and the US.

4th Febrero 2021 | Region: Europe

NSWP member oranisation PION have reported on the use of pandemic regulations by Norwegian police to unfairly arrest, detain, heavily fine and deport foreign sex workers. Read the article below or on PION's website.

28th Enero 2021 | Region: Global

NSWP is seeking to appoint a Global Consultant to lead the development of a Briefing Paper, with accompanying Community Guide, on the consequences of misinformation on sex work, the role it plays in national and global decision-making processes, and its impacts on sex workers. NSWP will consider applications from individuals based in or outside of the UK.

28th Enero 2021 | Region: Global, North America and the Caribbean

'End demand' legislation, which criminalises the purchase of sex and third parties, impedes sex workers’ ability to seek police assistance when they are in danger, according to a new study from the Centre for Gender & Sexual Health Equity (CGSHE) at the University of British Columbia, and University of Ottawa.

28th Enero 2021 | Region: Global, North America and the Caribbean

'End demand' legislation, which criminalises the purchase of sex and third parties, impedes sex workers’ ability to seek police assistance when they are in danger, according to a new study from the Centre for Gender & Sexual Health Equity (CGSHE) at the University of British Columbia, and University of Ottawa.

25th Enero 2021 | Region: Global, North America and the Caribbean

NSWP member SWAP Hamilton have launched the Sex Worker Archive Collection, an online archive of books, videos, and zines that commemorate the history of sex workers and the sex workers’ rights movement. The collection has been created specifically for sex workers, to benefit sex workers and give them access to their history.

25th Enero 2021 | Region: Global, North America and the Caribbean

NSWP member SWAP Hamilton have launched the Sex Worker Archive Collection, an online archive of books, videos, and zines that commemorate the history of sex workers and the sex workers’ rights movement. The collection has been created specifically for sex workers, to benefit sex workers and give them access to their history.

14th Enero 2021 | Region: Global, North America and the Caribbean
14th Enero 2021 | Region: Global, North America and the Caribbean
11th Enero 2021 | Region: Africa

HODSAS (Homme Pour le Droit et La Sante Sexuelle) have released a statement denouncing an increase in harassment in DRC, and highlighting the disproportionate costs of COVID-19 tests at the borders of DRC-Rwanda, and DRC-Burundi.

4th Enero 2021 | Region: Global

NSWP is seeking to appoint a Global Consultant to develop a Smart Sex Worker’s Guide, with accompanying Community Guide, on digital security for sex workers. NSWP will consider applications from individuals based in or outside of the UK.

4th Enero 2021 | Region: Global

NSWP is seeking to recruit a part-time Policy Officer  to join our Policy Team, led by the Senior Policy Officer, working on developing global advocacy tools for our members and reviewing external policy documents in line with the NSWP Consensus Statement and the priorities set by the NSWP Board.

18th Diciembre 2020 | Region: Global

For seventeen years, sex workers around the world have marked International Day to End Violence Against Sex Worker on 17th December. The day is used to highlight the need for action to end violence against sex workers. The issues faced by sex workers often vary from region to region, due to different laws, social and cultural contexts, but one common issue faced by all sex workers is their vulnerability to and experience of violence.

14th Diciembre 2020 | Region: Asia and the Pacific

A sex worker in New Zealand has won a sexual harassment case against a business owner, including a six-figure settlement to compensate for "emotional harm and lost earnings", the country’s human rights commission has said.