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As a worker in any kind of job, security is of the utmost importance, which is why there are laws and rules in place to ensure that people are protected. But when it comes to the protection of sex workers, there is none and on top of that they are stigmatised, marginalised and exploited. So on International Sex Workers Day, which is marked every June 2, we take a look the problems and challenges that sex workers face. A little bit about the idea behind International Sex Workers Day, is that it honours sex workers and recognises their often exploited working conditions. It marks the day, June 2, , when the Saint-Nizier church in Lyon was occupied by more than a hundred prostitutes to draw attention to their inhumane working conditions. Decades later, nothing has changed for them and their fight to decriminalise and destigmatise sex work.

International Sex Workers Day 2020: Problems And Challenges Sex Workers Face Everywhere

International Sex Workers' Day | Global Network of Sex Work Projects

International Whores' Day or International Sex Workers Day is observed annually on June 2 of each year, honours sex workers and recognises their often exploited working conditions. In German, it is known as Hurentag Whore's Day. In the s, French police kept sex workers under increasing pressure. The police reprisals [1] forced sex workers to work increasingly in secret. As a result, protection of sex workers decreased and led to more violence against them.

International Whores' Day

Amnesty International is today publishing its policy on protecting sex workers from human rights violations and abuses, along with four research reports on these issues in Papua New Guinea, Hong Kong, Norway and Argentina. Our research highlights their testimony and the daily issues they face. The policy makes several calls on governments including for them to ensure protection from harm, exploitation and coercion; the participation of sex workers in the development of laws that affect their lives and safety; an end to discrimination and access to education and employment options for all.
Posted on 2. On International Sex Workers Day, TGEU joins the voices of organisations and activists around the world calling for the end of police violence against sex workers and the decriminalisation of sex work. On 2 June , more than a hundred sex workers occupied the Church Saint-Nizier in Lyon, France, to draw attention to their exploitative and criminalised living and working conditions and demand an end to police harassment.