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decorative itemAdult Industry Medical Health Care Foundation
A nonprofit organization in Los Angeles created to care for the physical and emotional needs of sex workers and the people who work in the adult entertainment industry, including access to HIV and STD testing.
decorative itemCoalition Against Trafficking in Women
NGO based at the University of Rhode Island, with partners in various countries. Promotes the right of all women to be free from sexual exploitation, including prostitution, sex tourism, and bride trafficking. Some resources on site available in French, Italian, Spanish, or Portuguese.
decorative itemECPAT International
A global network of organizations and individuals working together for the elimination of child prostitution, child pornography, and trafficking of children for sexual purposes. ECPAT works to ensure that children everywhere enjoy their fundamental rights free from all forms of commercial sexual exploitation. Site in English, French, and Spanish.
decorative itemGlobal Alliance Against Traffic in Women
A movement of organizations and individuals worldwide, coordinating, organizing, and facilitating work on issues related to trafficking in persons and women's labor migration in virtually every region of the world.
decorative itemMale Youth Prostitution
A site with links to numerous documents on male youth prostitution.
decorative itemNetwork of Sex Work Projects
Network consists of organizations and individuals who provide services to sex workers in over 40 countries. Site includes Making Sex Work Safe, a practical guide for program managers, policy makers, and field workers working to reduce HIV and other sexually transmitted diseases among male, female, and transgender sex workers.
decorative itemProstitutes' Education Network
Comprehensive site with numerous documents and links on female, male, and transgender sex workers. Features general information, compiled statistics, youth issues, bibliography, and links.
decorative itemSt. James Infirmary
Model clinic in San Francisco that offers free, confidential, nonjudgmental medical and social services for female, transgendered, and male sex workers. Bills itself as the first occupational safety and health clinic run by and for sex workers.
decorative itemSex Worker's Outreach Project
A community based organization in Australia that aims to minimize the transmission of HIV/AIDS and sexually transmitted diseases in the New South Wales sex industry, as well as providing a range of health, safety, support, and information services for sex workers, management, clients, and partners of sex industry workers.
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