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A selection of resources from across the Federation

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How MEPs can advance sexual and reproductive freedom

The European Parliament has a longstanding legacy as the EU institutions' strongest defender of sexual and reproductive health and rights, and it is vital that MEPs continue this tradition. Here's how.
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| 09 March 2023

IPPF Policy on Sex Work

The IPPF Sex Work Policy makes clear the position and commitments of our Federation globally with regards to sex work. This is the first time IPPF has taken a position on sex work, and presents human rights-based values and principles which apply broadly to all contexts, without being prescriptive about approaches or actions. It is rooted in positions taken by sex-worker led organisations and networks across the world, and in existing IPPF documents.  Find out more and download the policy here.  In line with IPPF’s global policy position, IPPF European Network is opposed to any measures in EU policy or legislative instruments that would criminalise any aspect of sex work, including clients and third parties. Read below the summary of IPPF's Sex Work Policy laying out our guiding principles and calls to action for policymakers.

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| 06 March 2023

IPPF Policy on Sex Work

The IPPF Sex Work Policy makes clear the position and commitments of our Federation globally with regards to sex work. This is the first time IPPF has taken a position on sex work, and presents human rights-based values and principles which apply broadly to all contexts, without being prescriptive about approaches or actions. It is rooted in positions taken by sex-worker led organisations and networks across the world, and in existing IPPF documents.  Find out more and download the policy here.  In line with IPPF’s global policy position, IPPF European Network is opposed to any measures in EU policy or legislative instruments that would criminalise any aspect of sex work, including clients and third parties. Read below the summary of IPPF's Sex Work Policy laying out our guiding principles and calls to action for policymakers.

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| 21 July 2014

HIV Prevention Report Cards for Sex Workers

This series of four Report Cards explores the challenges of HIV prevention for sex workers in Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan and Russia. It was produced by IPPF European Network with the support of the Sex Workers' Rights Advocacy Network (SWAN) and the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA). The Report Cards are available for download here in English and Russian.

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| 21 July 2014

HIV Prevention Report Cards for Sex Workers

This series of four Report Cards explores the challenges of HIV prevention for sex workers in Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan and Russia. It was produced by IPPF European Network with the support of the Sex Workers' Rights Advocacy Network (SWAN) and the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA). The Report Cards are available for download here in English and Russian.

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| 09 March 2023

IPPF Policy on Sex Work

The IPPF Sex Work Policy makes clear the position and commitments of our Federation globally with regards to sex work. This is the first time IPPF has taken a position on sex work, and presents human rights-based values and principles which apply broadly to all contexts, without being prescriptive about approaches or actions. It is rooted in positions taken by sex-worker led organisations and networks across the world, and in existing IPPF documents.  Find out more and download the policy here.  In line with IPPF’s global policy position, IPPF European Network is opposed to any measures in EU policy or legislative instruments that would criminalise any aspect of sex work, including clients and third parties. Read below the summary of IPPF's Sex Work Policy laying out our guiding principles and calls to action for policymakers.

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| 06 March 2023

IPPF Policy on Sex Work

The IPPF Sex Work Policy makes clear the position and commitments of our Federation globally with regards to sex work. This is the first time IPPF has taken a position on sex work, and presents human rights-based values and principles which apply broadly to all contexts, without being prescriptive about approaches or actions. It is rooted in positions taken by sex-worker led organisations and networks across the world, and in existing IPPF documents.  Find out more and download the policy here.  In line with IPPF’s global policy position, IPPF European Network is opposed to any measures in EU policy or legislative instruments that would criminalise any aspect of sex work, including clients and third parties. Read below the summary of IPPF's Sex Work Policy laying out our guiding principles and calls to action for policymakers.

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| 21 July 2014

HIV Prevention Report Cards for Sex Workers

This series of four Report Cards explores the challenges of HIV prevention for sex workers in Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan and Russia. It was produced by IPPF European Network with the support of the Sex Workers' Rights Advocacy Network (SWAN) and the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA). The Report Cards are available for download here in English and Russian.

aaron-burden-xG8IQMqMITM-unsplash_13.jpg
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| 21 July 2014

HIV Prevention Report Cards for Sex Workers

This series of four Report Cards explores the challenges of HIV prevention for sex workers in Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan and Russia. It was produced by IPPF European Network with the support of the Sex Workers' Rights Advocacy Network (SWAN) and the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA). The Report Cards are available for download here in English and Russian.