All Women, All Rights, Sex Workers Included:U.S. Foreign Assistance and SRHR of Female Sex Workers
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This report provides an overview of best practices to advance the SRHR of FSWs, highlights some of the most urgent knowledge gaps that should be addressed by the international community, and assesses how U.S. foreign assistance can better conform with these best practices to support the SRHR of FSWs. The report also provides concrete recommendations on ways in which the U.S. government can and should take action, including supporting the decriminalization of sex work globally, eliminating the Anti-Prostitution Loyalty Oath (APLO) and the Helms Amendment, and ending the conflation of voluntary sex work and trafficking.Download this PDF
Report Summary: The Right To Safe Motherhood
This report examines the causes of maternal death and disability, the obstacles to accessing proper care, the structures that keep women from exercising their rights, the global response, and the policy issues and challenges.Download this PDF
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