Criminalization of Sex Work is a Human Rights Violation and a Labor Rights Concern
This session discussed the various ways sex workers are criminalized under both prostitution and sex trafficking legislation and the outcomes it has for the everyday lives of those who engage in sex work. This presentation directly addressed the rights to housing, healthcare, safety, and dignity for sex workers regardless of race, class, substance use, and sexual or gender orientation. This session informed on the better practices and policies for both sex workers and sex trafficking victims and explain the benefits of a future in which sex workers may lead the fight against sex trafficking instead of becoming its casual victims.
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