The signatories of this online manifesto, who are women’s rights, feminist, and sex workers’ rights organisations and collectives, express support for sex workers’ self-determination and the recognition of sex work as work. With women’s rights, reproductive rights and gender equality threatened across Europe and Central-Asia, the signatories are in solidarity with sex workers, who face myriad forms of violence: from structural and institutional to physical and interpersonal. In order to address the systematic oppression sex workers face, the manifesto calls all feminists to concentrate their resources on including and amplifying sex workers’ voices in the movement and to stop promoting legal frameworks that have been shown to be detrimental to sex workers’ rights.
Dopasi Foundation @Dopasifoundaton
Fri, 08/07/2020 - 07:48
RT @tb_ppm: Congratulations! Looking forward collaborating on private provider engagement in TB.
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James Malar @MalarJames
Sat, 08/01/2020 - 09:40
RT @TBECoalition: For your attention! An Activist’s Guide to Tuberculosis Diagnostic Tools.
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