NSWP - COVID-19 Responses

With sex work criminalised in almost every country, sex workers' already precarious situation has been heightened by this public health crisis. NSWP is conducting a survey to enable us to monitor the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on sex workers around the world.

We want to hear from sex workers and sex worker organisations about how COVID-19 has impacted them and their communities, and how they are supporting one another during this crisis. We will share stories of solidarity and strength within the sex worker community on our NSWP COVID-19 webpage. We will use responses on our website and in reports to external agencies; individuals will be quoted anonymously alongside their country of residence and, where permission is granted, organisations will be named.

We also want to hear from sex workers and sex worker organisations what governments are doing for the sex worker community at this time - both good and bad! We will be documenting and reporting to international policy makers about human rights violations and in collaboration with our regional and national networks will do our best to put pressure on national policy makers to ensure the needs of sex workers are not ignored in this pandemic.

The following information will not be used to identify any individual person.

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* Are you answering this survey as:

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* Which Country are you/your organisation in?

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* Where do you/or the sex workers your organisation serves work? (check all that apply) 

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* Are you/your organisation in a (check all that apply)

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* If you are responding as an organisation who do you work with? (Check all that apply)

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* Are you willing for us to reach out to get more information if necessary?

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* If yes, please provide a name and an email and/or WhatsApp number where we can contact you

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* Do you give permission to NSWP to identify your organisation on their website and in reports to external agencies?

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