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Sex Workers call on Government to F ... “The decriminalisation of sex work could avert HIV infections by 33- 46% in the next decade, according to a new study published in The Lancet, the world’s leading medical journal.” July 29, 2014 (Cape Town) –The Sex Worker Education and Advocacy Taskforce (SWEAT) and Sisonke National Sex Worker Movement of South Africa welcome the imperative finding of the research series…
Tuesday, 29 July 2014
Legalising sex work ‘will cut HIV ... By: Sipokazi Fokazi / Cape Argus Cape Town - The government should legalise sex work because it would help protect those in the illegal industry from being harassed and assaulted by customers and the police, a sex-worker campaigner has urged. Speaking at the International Aids Conference in Melbourne, Kholi Buthelezi, who heads the Sisonke Sex Worker Movement in Cape Town,…
Thursday, 24 July 2014
Could legalising sex work stop HIV  ... By: Emma Thelwell, News24 Cape Town - A study presented at the International Aids Conference in Australia claims that scrapping laws that ban sex work would almost halve the number of new HIV infections within next decade. But given the study is based mainly on research in Asia, would it work in South Africa? News24 investigates. Why focus on sex…
Wednesday, 23 July 2014
Sensationalism Drives Stigma Agains ... Civil Society are concerns about the nature of sensationalism by the Daily Voice article - “Land of hookers and Aids – Blikkiesdorp’s prossies reveal shocking lives” Sex Workers Education and Advocacy taskforce (SWEAT), Sisonke Sex Workers Movement and TB/HIV Care Association are concerned by the tone and ramifications of the Daily Voice article published on 17 June 2014 titled: “Land…
Wednesday, 25 June 2014
SWEAT (Sex Worker Education and Advocacy Taskforce) is a dynamic and growing NGO which addresses the health and human rights of sex workers. We are looking for an energetic, level-headed, trained Monitoring and Evaluation Officer to coordinate the monitoring and evaluation activities of the organisation. This position is based in SWEAT's Head Office in Observatory, Cape Town. Monitoring & Evaluation…
Wednesday, 16 July 2014
Sex work is work: exploding the “ ... BY MARGARET CORVID/ New Statesman With the freedom to work, organise and fight, sex workers will end coercion in the trade. I am lucky to have taken up my work as a dominatrix amid a revolution in our thinking about sex work. Writers like Laura Agustín and Melissa Gira Grant have taken apart our sexualised, othered image, and sex workers…
Tuesday, 08 July 2014
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