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    Why Nigeria sex workers prefer subtle but aggressive strategy on decriminalisation

    Boxed into a corner by unfair laws, sex workers in Nigeria have invested long hours of subtle diplomacy where they talk to aggressors such...

    17th Sex Worker Academy Africa hosts Liberia, Burkina Faso participants for the first time

    The 17th Sex Worker Academy Africa (SWAA) has kicked off in Nairobi with 16 participants from three countries taking part. SWAA, which is a pioneer...

    South Africa: Art exhibitions documenting sex worker stories underway

    Two art exhibitions are currently underway in Cape Town, documenting sex worker stories. Intersexion closes at the end of August, and I Am What I Am at the...

    Ethiopia: Sex worker group finds ways to survive tough funding rules

    The law says organisations must get 90 percent of their funding from domestic sources restricting external support. Ethiopia is considered as one of the...

    Human trafficking complicates life for sex workers in Nigeria

    Sex workers are some of the easy targets of human traffickers in Nigeria. Poverty and collapse of law and order in Libya has made...

    Liberian sex workers hope new government will be responsive to their rights

    As the new Liberian President George Weah settles down to work, sex workers and other Key Populations want him to do more than his...

    Sex worker-led organisations find creative ways to combat violence against members

    Sex worker-led organisations have found creative ways to combat violence against members. Sex workers experience violence from police, authorities, health and social services, as well...

    New security application for sex workers

    A trip and interactions with sex workers in Nairobi has inspired the development of a security application that could help save many from danger...

    SWAA training ends with call to decriminalise sex work

    African governments should move first to decriminalise sex work to reduce stigma and discrimination that sex workers face. This is a call from the just...

    He raped and then stabbed me: Refugee sex workers in Uganda recount tales of...

    They run away from their countries to seek safety, however, they are far from safe. They have endured more violence than they ever imagined....

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    Why Nigeria sex workers prefer subtle but aggressive strategy on decriminalisation

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