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Help us continue to fight human rights abuses. Please give now to support our work. The opportunity for members of the public, especially people currently engaged in sex work, to weigh in is important. It also excludes the approach that best reflects international human rights law and research on how best to protect the safety of people who exchange sex for money — full decriminalization.
The consultation asks people which of four approaches they see as most effective at preventing violence against woman and girls, but those options do not include full decriminalization. Our findings indicate that even when only buying sex is criminalized, it makes it harder for sex workers to protect themselves from violence. Laws such as those in Scotland criminalizing loitering and soliciting can force sex workers to make hurried and less cautious decisions about potential clients, or to work in more dangerous locations.
These laws also leave many sex workers with criminal records that can make it harder to transition into other forms of work and access benefits and services.
Sex work is the consensual exchange of sex between adults. Human trafficking is a separate issue—it is a serious human rights abuse and a crime and should always be investigated and prosecuted. Laws and policies that clearly distinguish between sex work and the crime of human trafficking help protect both sex workers and crime victims. Human Rights Watch defends the rights of people in 90 countries worldwide, spotlighting abuses and bringing perpetrators to justice.
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