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Monthly Archives: November 2018

Sex Workers in Ethiopia Still Chained by Oppressive NGO Despite Ongoing Political Changes

Since taking over power as Ethiopia’s Prime Minister in April this year, Abiy Ahmed, has made sweeping changes that have earned him the tag of a reformist. One of his first visible acts internationally was to restore diplomatic relationships with forthwith rivals, Eritrea. He also visited Somalia once considered a frosty neighbour, something that led

19th Sex Worker Academy Africa Underway in Nairobi

17 sex workers from three countries in Africa are gathering in Nairobi for the 19th Sex Workers Academy Africa (SWAA) in Nairobi. Participants are drawn from Mali, Swaziland and Kenya. In a weeklong training, participants will be taken through sessions aimed at building skills and knowledge to influence policy and service delivery in their countries. The

African Union Council Dims Hope for Sex Workers’ Engagement With Rights Commission

A pronouncement by the African Union Executive Council will make it impossible for sex worker-led organisation to engage the African Commission on Human and Peoples Rights (ACHPR) directly. It will also make reporting human rights violations among sex workers and Key Populations difficult. The Executive Council through Decision 1015 places restrictions and barriers for civil

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