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By yigit on Mar 4th, 2019

Global Network of Sex Work Projects published an interactive map that provides information on laws which criminalise the sale of sexual services, the purchase of sexual services and the facilitation, management or organisation of sex work.

By yigit on Dec 24th, 2018

17th of December is marked by sex workers internationally as the International day to End Violence against Sex Workers to raise awareness of the violence against sex workers worldwide, demand justice for the human rights violations sex workers face and to remember the lives of loved ones.

By yigit on Dec 6th, 2018

Between 18-19th of November, SWAN provided technical assistance to Woman for Freedom in Georgia, for their 2-day advocacy planning meeting with their members.

By yigit on Nov 20th, 2018

Between 23rd and 27th July 2018, more than 120 sex workers from more than 25 countries attended the 22nd International AIDS Conference (AIDS2018) in Amsterdam, the Netherlands. The bi-annual International AIDS Conferences are the largest global gathering of HIV academics, implementers, policy makers, people living with HIV and those most affected by HIV, including sex workers.

By yigit on Nov 19th, 2018

SWAN and activists Natalia Isaieva and Elena Fiskova from Legalife Ukraine organised a 4 day-long training in Balti, Moldova between 24-27th of October for service providers and sex workers with the financial support of UNFPA. The training was organised in the frame of the Fast track HIV/TB regional project (Cities project).

By yigit on Jul 18th, 2018

The International AIDS Conference 2018 is takeing place in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, between 23rd and 27th July 2018. 
SWAN will be present in Sex Workers Networking Zone and EECA Regional Communities Networking Zone within the framework of the campaign 'Chase the Virus, Not People'.

By ekaterina on Mar 31st, 2018

A new security application, Artemis' Umbrella, has been developed for sex workers in Finland, and can be used anywhere in the world. The app alerts a trusted contact when sex workers are in trouble, and uses location services to track the smart phone.

By ekaterina on Feb 28th, 2018

Sex-working mother loses custody of her child. Mother is devastated by court ruling. The mother worked as a sex worker in a village in Östra Göinge, where she advertised her services via the internet. She started doing so after running into financial troubles when her son was only two to three months. She invited men into her apartment and had sex with them for money. Her earnings amounted to around 2,000-2,300 euros per month.

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