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CO “Legalife-Ukraine” reported on work for supporting sex workers during national shutdown in Ukraine

3 Jun 2020 00:06:06

1 of June, 2020, 5th edition of the GNP+, ICW, Y+ Global Positive Living in the time of COVID-19 Newsletter was published. CO “Legalife-Ukraine” reported on work for supporting sex workers during national shutdown in Ukraine within this edition, which was marking June 2nd, International Sex Workers’ Day and was dedicated to sex workers living with HIV.

As it was mentioned in Newsletter: “LEGALIFE-UKRAINE, surveyed their members across 12 regions and developed an action plan to: a) set up virtual platforms to provide information, rights training and psychosocial support; b) respond to basic needs – food, PPE and medicines; and c) ensure mobile and internet access for regional leaders to better support their communities”.

Here are some other highlights of this Newsletter

Presentation of infographic made by UNAIDS and NSWP on Sex Workers’ Rights.

Scarlet Alliance Australia did shared a guide on getting started in online/non-contact work.

Project X, Singapore did shared tips on how to deal with stress during COVID-19.

Presentation of video with practical tips for advocating for sex workers’ rights from Sisonke, South Africa.

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