South Africa's ANC Moves to Decriminalise Sex Work
The African National Congtess's committee of social transformation has affirmed its commitment to decriminalising sex work, which it hopes could help reduce new HIV infections by allowing workers better access to health services and safe working conditions.
News24Wire, 21 December 2017
Sex Workers Education and Advocacy Taskforce (Sweat) has welcomed the decision by the African National Congress to fully decriminalise sex work in SA. Read more »
South Africa: Ruling Party Decides to Decriminalize Sex Work
Sex Workers Education and Advocacy Taskforce (SWEAT), 21 December 2017
The ANC finally joins the growing community of sex worker rights activists in recognising that the full decriminalisation of sex work is the only legal model that can respect and… Read more »
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Sex workers demanding that their trade be decriminalised (file photo).
Nosipho Vidima is a sex worker and is the human rights and lobbying officer at the Sex Workers Education and Advocacy Task Force, SWEAT. She is campaigning for the recognition of ... Read more »
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