- EU sier nei til den nordiske modellen

EU-parlamentet vedtok resolusjonen “Regulation of prostitution in the EU: its cross-border implications and impact on gender equality and women’s rights”. Men forbudet mot kriminalisering av sexkjøp var ikke med.


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Full decriminalisation – an inclusive feminist position»

IPPF recently adopted a global policy position on sex work that focuses on the measures we need to protect people who do sex work from harm. The position strongly supports decriminalisation of all aspects of sex work, together with social policies that address structural inequalities.

Egyptian sex workers celebrate the first Egyptian Pride Day of Sex Workers»

After discussions within the Egyptian sex worker community, the date of 2 April 2023 was chosen. The 2nd of April is a significant date as it is the anniversary of the Battle of Wazzir between Egyptian sex workers and British colonial troops.

Sex worker-led organisations in Uganda call for “human rights, not hate” in the wake of dangerous anti-gay bill»

LGBTQI+ community members, especially trans women sex workers, are emotionally distressed as the majority were already struggling with mental health challenges from the already hostile environment. 

Inkluderende feminisme på 8. mars»

På Eidsvolls plass inviterte Inkluderende Feminisme til alternativ 8. mars. Tilsluttede organisasjoner var PION, radiOrakel, Skeiv Ungdom, Skeiv Verden, SNU - Seksualpolitisk nettverk for ungdom, Comrades Inc., Grønn Ungdom, FRI Oslo og Viken og Solung Kristiania.