List of sex worker organizations

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This is a list of sex worker organizations which advocate for sex workers' rights.

Almost all sex worker organisations around the world favour the decriminalisation of sex work, and it tends to be their main goal.[1][2][3][4][5]

International[edit]

Name and abbreviation Founded Region served Notes
African Sex Workers Alliance (ASWA) 2009 Africa (orthographic projection).svg Africa Founded in Johannesburg, South Africa; based in Nairobi, Kenya.
Asia Pacific Network of Sex Workers (APNSW) 1994 Asia (orthographic projection).svg Asia Based in Bangkok, Thailand.
Caribbean Sex Workers Coalition (CSWC) Caribe-geográfico.svg Caribbean Based in Berbice, Guyana.[6]
Caribbean Vulnerable Communities 2005 Caribe-geográfico.svg Caribbean Based in Kingston, Jamaica.[7][8]
East Africa Sex Workers Alliance (EASWA) 2018 East Africa Coalition of sex workers organizations, networks and groups in East Africa.[9] Based in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania.[10]
Global Network of Sex Work Projects (NSWP) 1990 Perlshaper orthographic example1.svg World Based in Edinburgh, Scotland.
International Committee for the Rights of Sex Workers in Europe (ICRSE) 2005 Europe orthographic Caucasus Urals boundary (with borders).svg Europe Based in Amsterdam, Netherlands.
International Committee for Prostitutes' Rights (ICPR) 1985 Perlshaper orthographic example1.svg World Based in Amsterdam, Netherlands.
Plataforma LatinoAmerica de Personas que EjeRcen el Trabajo Sexual (PLAPERTS) 2014 Latin America (orthographic projection).svg Latin America Based in Machala, Ecuador.
Red Umbrella Fund (RUF) 2012 Perlshaper orthographic example1.svg World Amsterdam-based fund making grants to sex workers' rights groups worldwide.[11]
Sex Trade Workers Industrial Union 690 1995 Perlshaper orthographic example1.svg World Branch of the Industrial Workers of the World (IWW) based in Chicago, United States.
Sex Workers' Rights Advocacy Network for Central and Eastern Europe and Central Asia (SWAN) 2006 Eurasia (orthographic projection).svg Eurasia
TAMPEP (European Network for HIV/STI Prevention and Health Promotion among Migrant Sex Workers)[12] 1993 Europe orthographic Caucasus Urals boundary (with borders).svg Europe Based in Amsterdam, Netherlands. Hosted from Helsinki, Finland.

Supportive[edit]

These international organisations are not primarily led by sex workers, nor does their activism primarily concern sex work, but nonetheless they have dedicated a significant portion of their efforts to advocating for sex workers' rights, including decriminalisation. Literature describes such supportive organisations as "allies".[3][5]

Name and abbreviation Support since Region served Notes
Amnesty International (AI) 2015 Perlshaper orthographic example1.svg World London-based human rights organisation that has advocated for decriminalisation of consensual sex work since 2015.[13][14]
Global Alliance Against Traffic in Women (GAATW) 1994 (start) Perlshaper orthographic example1.svg World Bangkok-based anti-trafficking coalition, has distinguished between sex work and trafficking 'since its inception'.[15]
Human Rights Watch (HRW) 2014 (at least) Perlshaper orthographic example1.svg World New York City-based human rights organisation that has advocated for decriminalisation of voluntary sex work since at least 2014.[16]:47[17][18]
ILGA World 2019 Perlshaper orthographic example1.svg World Geneva-based international coalition of over 1,500 LGBTI organisations, called for the decriminalisation of sex work in 2019.[19]
La Strada International (LSI) 20?? Europe orthographic Caucasus Urals boundary (with borders).svg Europe Amsterdam-based anti-trafficking organisation, has decriminalisation as a 'strategic focus area'.[20]
The Lancet 2014 (at least) Perlshaper orthographic example1.svg World Global medical journal, at least since its 2014 series "HIV and sex workers".[21]
UNAIDS 2012 Perlshaper orthographic example1.svg World UN programme to counter the HIV/AIDS pandemic, per the 2012 new WHO guidelines.[22]
United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) 2012 Perlshaper orthographic example1.svg World UN agency for reproductive and maternal health, per the 2012 new WHO guidelines.[22]
World Health Organization (WHO) 2012 Perlshaper orthographic example1.svg World UN agency for international public health, per the 2012 new WHO guidelines.[22]

Africa[edit]

Angola[edit]

Name Founded Region served Notes
ASSC NGO  Angola Works with sex workers, their clients and brothel owners. Based in Luanda.[23]
Doces Para Sempre-SW  Angola Works with sex workers, their families, clients and brothel owners. Based in Luanda.[24]

Benin[edit]

Name Founded Region served Notes
Association Solidarite  Benin Based in Cotonou, the organisation works with sex workers, their families and clients.[25]

Botswana[edit]

Name Founded Region served Notes
Pilot Mathambo Centre for Men's Health 2011[26]  Botswana Male sex worker organisation.[27]
Sisonke Botswana  Botswana Sex worker led organisation based in Gaborone.[28]

Burkina Faso[edit]

Name Founded Region served Notes
Association Kamb béog Neere Yinga  Burkina Faso Sex worker led organisation based in Ouagadougou.[29]
Association Yerelon+ 1999[30]  Burkina Faso The organisations works with female and TS sex workers, their families and clients. Based in Ouagadougou.[31]

Burundi[edit]

Name Founded Region served Notes
Rural Women Initiatives for Self-Empowerment (RWISE) 2016  Burundi Based in Cankuzo, the organisation works with sex workers in rural areas.[32]
Solidarite Pour Les Droits Des Travailleuses De Sexe  Burundi Based in Bujumbura.[33]

Cameroon[edit]

Name Founded Region served Notes
Aids-ACODEV-Cameroon 2009 Douala The organisation work with female, male and transvestite sex workers, their clients and children of sex workers[34] Originally named Acodes Cameroon Sex Workers.[35]
Alcondoms Cameroun  Cameroon Based in Yaounde, the organisation works towards reducing the risks associated with drug use.[36]
Avenir Jeune de l'Ouest (AJO) West Region Based in Bafoussam, the organisation works with female, male and transgender sex workers[37]
CAMEF Cameroon 2010 Southwest Region[38] The organisation works with male, female and transgender sex workers and is based in Limbe.[39]
Psychologues Du Monde Afrique  Cameroon Branch of the international NGO Psychologues Du Monde[40] and based in Bafoussam.[41]

Central African Republic[edit]

Name Founded Region served Notes
UMOJA 2016 South Ubangi Organisation led by and for male sex workers in rural areas.[42]

Democratic Republic of the Congo[edit]

Name Founded Region served Notes
AHUSADEC (Action Humanitaire pour la Sante et Developpement Communautaire)  Eastern DRC[43] Based in Bukavu.[44] UNODC[45] and PNMLS[46] partner.
ALCIS (Action pour la lutte Contre L'ignorance du SIDA) 1999  DRC Based in Bukavu.[47] UNAIDS Red Ribbon Award winner.[48]
Débout Fille  DRC Based in Baraka.[49]
DRC AID  DRC Based in Bukavu.[50]
FERAPAD - Femmes Rurales Amies de la Paix et du Développement 2008[51] Fizi Territory The organisation works with sex workers who work in rural and mining areas.[52]
GFV-VIH (Groupement Des Femmes Vivant Avec Le VIH)  Eastern DRC Based in Bukavu, the organisation is led by and provides support for sex workers who are HIV positive.[53]
HODSAS (Homme Pour le Droit et La Sante Sexuelle)  DRC Led by and provides support to gay and transgender sex workers.[54]
Mouvement Pour la Promotion du Respect et Egalite des Droits et Sante (MOPREDS)  DRC Based in Goma and work with male and female sex workers.[55]
Solidarite Des Jeunes Filles Pour L'education Et L'integration Socioprofessionnelle (SOJFEP) 2011[56]  Democratic Republic of the Congo The organisation works with young sex workers in mining areas.[57]
UMANDE  Eastern DRC Based in South Kivu and work with female and transgender sex workers.[58]

Ethiopia[edit]

Name Founded Region served Notes
Nikat Charitable Association 2006  Ethiopia Based in Addis Ababa,[59] the organisation was originally named Nikat Women’s Association.[60]

Ghana[edit]

Name Founded Region served Notes
CAFAF (Community And Family Aid Foundation) 2006[61]  Ghana Based in Accra.[62]

Kenya[edit]

Name Founded Region served Notes
Achievers Plight Self Help Group Kisumu Sex worker led organisation in the slum suburb of Nyalenda.[63]
Arms To Lean On (ATLO) 2020 Embu The organisation works with male sex workers and was born out of the MARPS programme of the University of Nairobi.[64]
Bar Hostess Empowerment and Support Programme 1998[65]  Kenya Sex worker led organisation based in Nairobi that work with female, male, lesbian and transgender sex workers.[66]
Coast Sex Workers Alliance (COSWA-Kenya) Coast Province Based in Mombasa.[67]
HOYMAS (Health Options for Young Men on HIV/AIDS/STI) 2009  Kenya Male sex work led organisation[68] that is an Aidfonds [nl] partner.[69]
Jeunes Feministes Engagees Pour Le Changement  Kenya Based in Malindi.[70]
KESWA (Kenya Sex Workers Alliance) 2010  Kenya Umbrella body of sex workers organizations in Kenya.[71]
Kisauni Peer Educators Mombasa Female, male and trans-gender sex worker organisation in the Kisauni suburb of Mombasa.[72]
Kisumu Male Sex Workers Organisation (KIMASWO) Western Province[73] Male Sex Workers Organization based in Kisumu.[74]
Muamko Mpya CBO 2016 Kilifi County Based in Kilifi.[75]
Queer Sex Workers Initiative For Refugees (QSWIK)  Kenya Based in Nairobi, the sex worker led organisation works with LGBTQ sex workers.[76]
Sisters of Majengo Nairobi Led and ran by sex workers,[77] the organisation works with young female sex workers, ages 18–25, in the Majengo suburb of Nairobi.[78]
Survivors Organisation 1999 Flag of Busia County.png Busia County Sex worker led organisation based in Busia. Initially called Muungano.[79][80]
Youth Alliance for Change Kenya Kakamega County Works with young male sex workers at risk of contracting HIV[81]

Malawi[edit]

Name Founded Region served Notes
Action Hope Malawi Zomba Local organisation in Zomba.[82][83]
Community Health Rights Advocacy (CHeRA) 2017  Malawi Lilongwe based NGO that works with male sex workers.[79][84]
FSWA (Female Sex Workers Association) 2016[85]  Malawi Based in Lilongwe,[86] the organisation has 120,000 members across the nation.[87]
Ukhondo Services Foundation 2006 Karonga Local organisation in Karonga[88][89]

Mali[edit]

Name Founded Region served Notes
DANAYA SO 1994[90]  Mali Based in Bamako, the organisation has 3,800 members in six cities.[91]
Tile Coura  Mali Tile Coura (The New Sun) is based in Bamako and works with female sex workers, clients and families and children of sex workers.[92]

Mozambique[edit]

Name Founded Region served Notes
Associação Tiyane Vavassate 2011[93]  Mozambique Sex worker led organisation based in Maputo.[94]

Namibia[edit]

Name Founded Region served Notes
Namibian Sex Workers Alliance  Namibia Umbrella body of sex worker organizations in Namibia. Based in Walvisbay.[95]

Nigeria[edit]

Name Founded Region served Notes
APYIN (Association of Positive Youths Living with HIV/AIDS in Nigeria)  Nigeria Based in Abuja.[96]
CiSHRWIN  Nigeria Based in Abuja, the organisation works with female sex workers and their clients.[97]
Hope Empowerment For Good Health Support Initiative  Nigeria Sex worker led organisation based in Awka.[98]
National Association of Nigerian Prostitutes (NANP)  Nigeria
Nigeria Sex Workers Association - Precious Jewels  Nigeria Association of sex worker led organisations. Based in Abuja.[99]
NNSWP (Nigerian Network of Sex Work Projects)  Nigeria [100]
Ohotu Diamond Women Initiative 2011  Nigeria First sex worker led organisation in the country, based in Lagos. Originally called WOPI.[101][102]

Rwanda[edit]

Name Founded Region served Notes
FADA 2015[103]  Rwanda Sex worker led organisation based in Kigali.[104]

Senegal[edit]

Name Founded Region served Notes
Kiraay  Senegal Based in Dakar.[105]

South Africa[edit]

Name Founded Region served Notes
Asijiki Coalition for the Decriminalisation of Sex Work ("Asijiki Coalition") 2015  South Africa National coalition of sex worker organisations and supportive organisations.
Sex Workers Education and Advocacy Taskforce (SWEAT) 1996  South Africa Located in Cape Town.[106][107]
Sisonke 2003  South Africa Cape town based sex worker led organisation with offices in 6 provences based in partnership organisations.[108][109]
SistaazHood 2010 Cape Town Peer led support group for transwomen sex workers.[110]

South Sudan[edit]

Name Founded Region served Notes
Byabyose 2015  South Sudan Sex worker led organisation that works with lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender (LGBT) sex workers and sex workers living with HIV.[111]

Tanzania[edit]

Name Founded Region served Notes
Bridge Initiative Organisation (BIO)  Zanzibar Stone Town based organisation[112] that works with the Zanzibar Aids Commission (ZAC).[113]
CHESA Community Health Education Services & Advocacy  Tanzania Sex worker led organisation based in Ilala District, Dar es Salaam.[114] The organisation was banned by the Government in 2017 for "promoting homosexuality".[115]
TACEF Tanzania Community Empowerment Foundation 2013  Tanzania Sex worker led organisation based in Dar es Salaam.[116]
Tanzania Sex Workers Alliance (TASWA) 2015  Tanzania Umbrella organisation for sex worker projects in Tanzania[117] based in Dar es Salaam.[118]
Women With Dignity (WWD)  Tanzania Based in Dar es Salaam.[119]

Togo[edit]

Name Founded Region served Notes
Association Femme Amazone (AFAZ) Lomé Coat of arms.jpg Lomé[120] Founded by activist Yves Kgube.[121]

Uganda[edit]

Name Founded Region served Notes
Alliance of Women Advocating for Change (AWAC) 2015  Uganda Based in Kampala.[122] Branches in Kampala, Mukono, Wakiso, Nakasongola, Masindi, Hoima, Gulu, Lira, Arua, Luuka, Bugiri, Tororo-Malaba, Busia, Buvuma, Kalangala, Mbale, Soroti, Buikwe, Mbarara, Kabale-Katuna, Kabarole, Kasese, Kamwenge, Ntoroko, Bundibugyo, Kyenjojo and Bunyangabo.[123]
Lady Mermaid's Bureau 2002  Uganda Based in Kampala.[124] First sex worker organization in Uganda[125] and became sex worker led in 2013.[126]
OGERA Uganda (Organization For Gender Empowerment and Rights Advocacy)  Uganda Based in Kampala with a main focus on LBQ and Urban Refugee female sex workers.[127]
Rainbow Mirrors Uganda 2015  Uganda Transwomen sex worker led group based in Kampala.[128]
Rural Movement Initiative (RUMI) 2013 Rural Mbale District Based in Mbale.[129]
SLUM - Serving Lives Under Marginalization Wakiso District[130] Based in Wakiso.[131]
Trans Youth Initiative-Uganda 2017[132] Western Region Based in Mbarara, the organisation works mainly with rural young transgender and gender non-conforming sex workers.[133]
Transgender Equality Uganda 2011[134]  Uganda Kampala based organisation that is led by, and works with transgender women sex workers.[135]
Uganda Harm Reduction Network 2011[136]  Uganda Based in Kampala, work with People Who Use and Inject Drugs (PWUIDs).[137]
Uganda Network for Sex Work -Led Organisations (UNESO)  Uganda Umbrella network of sex worker led organizations in Uganda.[138]
Women's organisation network for human rights advocacy (WONETHA) 2008[139]  Uganda Sex worker-led organisation[140] based in Kampala.[141] They are an Aidfonds [nl] partner.[139]
Women Arise For Change  Uganda Female sex worker-led organization based in Kampala that works with refugee, bisexual and lesbian sex workers.[142]

Zambia[edit]

Name Founded Region served Notes
Educating Girls and Young women for Development  Zambia Based in Lusaka.[143]
Engender Rights Centre for Justice (ERCJ) Lusaka and surrounds Based in Lusaka.[93]
Focus on Marginalized Women in our Society Charity North-Western Province Based in Solwezi.[144]
Ombre  Zambia Sex worker led group based in Lusaka.[145]
VIVONS 2015 Kitwe Led by, and for, LGBT sex workers.[146]
Zambia Sex Workers Alliance 2018  Zambia National chapter of the African Sex Workers Alliance.[147] Based in Lusaka.[148]

Zimbabwe[edit]

Name Founded Region served Notes
Pow Wow  Zimbabwe Sex worker led collective[149] based in Bulawayo that is an Aidsfond partner.[150]
Space for marginalised Groups in Diversity in Zimbabwe Trust 2016[151]  Zimbabwe Based in Masvingo, the organisation works with transgender sex workers.[152]
Zimbabwe Rainbow Community 2018[153]  Zimbabwe Sex worker led organization that works with male sex workers and their families, partners, friends and clients.[154]
ZIMSWA 2017  Zimbabwe Based in Bulawayo, the organisation works in all 10 provinces of Zimbabwe.[155]

Asia[edit]

Armenia[edit]

Name Founded Region served Notes
New Generation Humanitarian NGO  Armenia Based in Yerevan, the organisation works with male, female and trans commercial sex workers and their clients.[156]
Right Side Human Rights Defender NGO 2016  Armenia Trans-led organisation based in Yerevan.[157][158]

Bangladesh[edit]

Name Founded Region served Notes
HARC - HIV/AIDS Research and Welfare Centre  Bangladesh Sex worker led group based in Dhaka with 5,000 member throughout Bangladesh.[159]
SWN – Sex Workers Network  Bangladesh Sex worker led national network.[160][161]

Cambodia[edit]

Name Founded Region served Notes
Women’s Network for Unity 2002  Cambodia Based in Phnom Penh.[162][163]

China[edit]

Name Founded Region served Notes
SCMC:Shanghai CSW & MSM Center 2004[164] Shanghai The organisation provides support, advice and health testing to sex workers.[165]
Yunnan Parallel (机构名称:云南平行) Yunnan Province Based in Kunming.[166]

East Timor[edit]

Name Founded Region served Notes
$carlet Timor Collective 2009  East Timor National sex worker collective based in Dili.[167]

Hong Kong[edit]

Name Founded Region served Notes
Midnight Blue 2005  Hong Kong The organisation works with male and transgender sex workers.[168]
Zi Teng 1996  Hong Kong The organisation engages in outreach work and provides of legal, occupational safety and health information to sex workers.[169]

India[edit]

Name Founded Region served Notes
AINSW - All India Network of Sex Workers  India Network of sex workers organisations based in New Delhi,[170] with office holders in 13 states.[171]
Ashodaya Samithi 2004[172] Seal of Karnataka.svg Karnataka Active in six districts of Karnataka.[173]
ASTITVA Trust Udaipur district, Rajasthan Led by transgender sex workers and LGBT activists.[174]
Durbar Mahila Samanwaya Committee (DMSC) 1992 Emblem of West Bengal.svg West Bengal Collective of 65,000 sex workers.[175] The cultural wing, Komal Gandhar,[176] produces plays based on the experiences of sex workers.[177]
GAURAV (Greater Action for Unity Rights Advocacy & Visibility) 2010 Seal of Maharashtra.png Maharashtra Works with male sex workers[178] in Mumbai, Aurangabad and Nagpur.[179]
NNSW (National Network of Sex Workers) 1997  India Network of sex worker organisations and supporting NGOs based in Chennai[180] with 50,000 members.[181]
SANGRAM (Sampada Grameen Mahila Sanstha) 1992 Seal of Maharashtra.png Maharashtra and Seal of Karnataka.svg Karnataka[182] Based in Sangli district.[183]
VAMP (VESHYA ANYAY MUKTI PARISHAD) 1996 Seal of Maharashtra.png Maharashtra and Seal of Karnataka.svg Karnataka[184] Based in Sangli district.[185]

Indonesia[edit]

Name Founded Region served Notes
OPSI (Organisasi Perubahan Sosial Indonesia)  Indonesia National network of sex workers based in Rawamangun, East Jakarta.[186]

Japan[edit]

Name Founded Region served Notes
Sex Worker and Sexual Health (SWASH) 1999  Japan Based in Osaka, SWASH opposes slavery and exploitation, researches the sex work industry and seeks to empower sex workers.[187][188]

Kazakhstan[edit]

Name Founded Region served Notes
Public Association "Amelia"  Kazakhstan Sex worker led organization based in Taldykorgan.[189]
Taldikorgan Fund (ОФ «Талдыкорганский региональный фонд содействия занятости», социальное бюро «КОВЧЕГ»)  Kazakhstan [190]

Kyrgyzstan[edit]

Name Founded Region served Notes
Таис Плюс / Tais Plus 1997 Flag of Chuy Province.svg Chuy Region Based in Bishkek.[191][192]

Malaysia[edit]

Name Founded Region served Notes
PT Foundation Sex Worker Programme 1992 Klang Valley Based in Kuala Lumpur,[193] the organisation provides support to those impacted by HIV and AIDS in the Klang Valley conurbation. The programme is part of the PT Foundation.[194]

Mongolia[edit]

Name Founded Region served Notes
Perfect Ladies  Mongolia NGO that promotes health care for sex workers.[160][195]

Myanmar[edit]

Name Founded Region served Notes
Aye Myanmar Association (AMA) 2009  Myanmar Established as Aids Myanmar Association National Network of Sex Work Projects in 2009 as a "Targeted Outreach Program" (TOP) run by Population Services International (PSI). The organisation became independent in 2012 and renamed as Aye Myanmar Association.[196] Based in Yangon.[197]
SWIM (Sex Workers in Myanmar)  Myanmar The organisation is in partnerships with Myanmar positive Women Network, Myanmar Positive Group, MSM network, IDU network, National NGO Network, Myanmar CSO partners, UNFPA, UNDP and UNAIDS[198]

Nepal[edit]

Name Founded Region served Notes
Jagriti Mahila Maha Sangh (JMMS) 2006    Nepal Based in Kathmandu, the network has 26 regional sex worker led organisations members.[199]
Society For Women Awareness Nepal (SWAN) 2006    Nepal First NGO created by sex workers in Nepal.[200]
Young Professional Development Society Nepal (YPDSN) 2013[201]    Nepal Based in Kathmandu.[202]

Pakistan[edit]

Name Founded Region served Notes
Amitiel Welfare Society 2008  Bahawalpur NGO that promotes HIV awareness[203]
RAAH Foundation 2016[204] Flag of Punjab.svg Punjab Based in Gujrat, the organisation works towards HIV awareness.[205]

Philippines[edit]

Name Founded Region served Notes
Philippin Sex Workers Collective  Philippines Network of sex worker led organisations based in Baguio City.[206][160]

Singapore[edit]

Name Founded Region served Notes
Project X 2008[207]  Singapore The organisation works with sex workers and occasionally with clients, brothel keepers, and agents.[208]

South Korea[edit]

Name Founded Region served Notes
Hanteo National Union 2004  South Korea Represents 15,000 sex workers and some brothel owners.[209][210][211]
Giant Girls 2009  South Korea Works against the criminalisation of sex work.[209][160]

Taiwan[edit]

Name Founded Region served Notes
Collective of Sex Workers and Supporters [zh] 1998[212]  Taiwan Based in Taipei.[213]

Thailand[edit]

Name Founded Region served Notes
EMPOWER 1984[214]  Thailand The organization maintains centres in Patpong (Bangkok), Chiang Mai, Mae Sai[215] and Patong, Phuket.[216]
SWING (Service Workers in Group) 1985 Flag of Bangkok.svg Bangkok, Seal of Ko Samui.png Ko Samui and Pattaya seal.png Pattaya Based in Bangkok,[217] the organisation runs drop-in centres in the red-light districts of Patpong (Bangkok), Ko Samui and Walking Street (Pattaya).[218]

Turkey[edit]

Name Founded Region served Notes
Pembe Hayat (Pink Life LGBTT Solidarity Association) 2009  Turkey Based in Ankara, the organisation works with trans sex workers.[219][220]
Red Umbrella Sexual Health and Human Rights Association  Turkey Based in Ankara[221]

Vietnam[edit]

Name Founded Region served Notes
Vietnam Network of Sex Workers 2012  Vietnam Sex worker led network with 32 community-based organisations in 21 provinces.[222][223]

Europe[edit]

Austria[edit]

Name Founded Region served Notes
Berufsvertretung Sexarbeit Österreich (BSÖ)  Austria Sex worker led and based in Vienna.[224]
iBUS (Innsbrucker Beratung und Unterstützung für Sexarbeiter*innen) AT Innsbruck COA.svg Innsbruck Sex worker support and advice organisation.[225][226]
LEFO 1985  Austria Based in Vienna, the organisation works with migrant sex workers.[227][228]
Maiz Wappen Linz.svg Linz The organisation works with migrant sex workers[229]
Projekt PiA  Salzburg State The organisation works with male and female sex workers[230]
RED EDITION - Migrant sex workers collective  Austria Organisation that works with migrant sex workers. Based in Vienna.[225][231]
SXA-Info/Verein Frauenservice AUT Graz COA.svg Graz Provide information and counselling services[232]

Belgium[edit]

Name Founded Region served Notes
Alias  Brussels For male and trans sex workers.[233]
Boysproject  Antwerp For male and trans sex workers.[233][234]
Espace P Wallonia French Community Brussels and Wallonia.[233]
Icar  Wallonia Wallonia.[233]
UTSOPI  Belgium National collective of sex workers.[233][235]
Violett 2019  Flemish Community
(Flanders + Brussels)
Based in Antwerp.[233][236] Created in 2019 as an umbrella for Ghapro and Pasop, which remain separate organisations:[237]
  • Ghapro vzw (Antwerp Province, part of Flemish Brabant). Founded in 2002, based in Antwerp.[237]
  • Pasop vzw (rest of Flanders, and Brussels). Founded in 1990, based in Ghent.[237][238]

Bosnia and Herzegovina[edit]

Name Founded Region served Notes
Action Against AIDS  Bosnia and Herzegovina Based in Banja Luka.[239]

Czech Republic[edit]

Name Founded Region served Notes
Czech Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence  Czech Republic Based in Prague.[240]
ROZKOS bez RIZIKA 1992  Czech Republic Based in Prague.[241][242]

Denmark[edit]

Name Founded Region served Notes
Sexarbejdernes Interesseorganisation [da] 2008  Denmark Sex worker led organisation.[243]

Finland[edit]

Name Founded Region served Notes
FTS Finland  Finland Network of female, male and transgender sex workers.[244]
Salli - United Sex Professionals of Finland 2002[245]  Finland The organisation works for the human rights of sex workers.[246]

France[edit]

Name Founded Region served Notes
Autres Regards 1995  Marseille
Grandes Armes d'Avignon.svg Avignon
Based in Marseille, previously had a branch in Toulon.[225][247]
Cabiria  Lyon Sex worker community health organisation.[248][249]
Collectif des Femmes de Strasbourg-Saint-Denis 2013  Paris Collective of sex workers in the Strasbourg-Saint-Denis district of Paris.[225][248]
Collectif Droits & Prostitution  France National collective of sex workers' organisations and organisations working with sex workers.[250]
Federation Parapluie Rouge  France Federation of community health and sex worker associations.[225][251]
Griselidis 2000  Toulouse Named after Griselidis Real.[225][252]
IPPO 2001  Bordeaux Support organisation for sex workers.[248][253]
Itinéraires Entr’Actes Logo ville de Lille.svg Lille Support organisation for sex workers.[248][254]
Les amis du bus des femmes 1990  Paris The organisation operates 8 busses to support sex workers.[255][256]
PASTT (Prevention Action Sante Travail pour Transgenres) 1994  Paris The organisation works with transgender sex workers.[257][258]
Putains dans l’âme  Besançon Organisation of sex workers and supporters.[248][259]
Syndicat du travail sexuel (STRASS) 2009  France Trade union for male, female and transgender sex workers. Based in Paris.[260][261]

Georgia[edit]

Name Founded Region served Notes
Women for Freedom 2014  Georgia Based in Tbilisi.[262][263]

Germany[edit]

Name Founded Region served Notes
Berufsverband erotische und sexuelle Dienstleistungen [de] (BesD) 2013  Cologne Trade association for erotic and sexual service providers.[264]
bufas  Berlin Alliance of specialist advice centers for sex workers[265][266]
Bundesverband Sexuelle Dienstleistungen [de] (BSD) 2002  Berlin For operators of brothel-like businesses and self-employed prostitutes.[267] Acts as a consultant for the Federal Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs.[268]
Doña Carmen [de] 1998  Frankfurt Self-help organization based in the Bahnhofsviertel district of Frankfurt.[269]
Huren wehren sich gemeinsam [de] 1984  Frankfurt Self-help group that ran from 1984 to 1999.[270]
Hydra e.V. 1979  Berlin First West German organisation of the Sex Workers' Rights Movement.[271][272][273]
Kassandra e.V. 1987  Nuremberg Sex worker support services.[225][274]
Madonna EV 1991  Bochum Self-help organisation.[275]
Voice4Sexworkers 2014  Germany Network of organisations and individuals.[225][276]

Greece[edit]

Name Founded Region served Notes
Red Umbrella Athens 2015 Athens Aims to promote health and ensure the rights of sex workers.[277][278]

Hungary[edit]

Name Founded Region served Notes
Association of Hungarian Sex Workers SZEXE 2000  Hungary Based in Budapest.[279]
Sex Workers' Rights Advocacy Network (SWAN)  Hungary Network unites NGOs and sex worker groups.[280]

Ireland[edit]

Name Founded Region served Notes
Sex Workers Alliance Ireland (SWAI) 2009  Ireland Sex worker led organisation based in Dublin.[281]

Italy[edit]

Name Founded Region served Notes
Comitato Diritti Civili delle Prostitute Onlus (CDCP) 1983  Italy Sex worker led organisation based in Trieste.[225][282]
Le Graziose, CDCP Genova 2007  Genoa Genoese branch of the CDCP.[225][283]
Ombre Rosse  Italy Feminist sex worker collective.[225][284]

Lithuania[edit]

Name and abbreviation Founded Region served Notes
Demetra Association of HIV affected Women and Their Family 2000[285]  Lithuania The association works with female sex workers, their clients and HIV affected women[286]

Luxembourg[edit]

Name and abbreviation Founded Region served Notes
dropIn Croix-Rouge  Luxembourg Sex worker support services run by the Red Cross.[287][288]

Macedonia[edit]

Name and abbreviation Founded Region served Notes
HOPS (Healthy Options Project Skopje)  Skopje Provides health, social and legal services to sex workers.[289]
STAR-STAR 2010  Macedonia Based in Skopje.[290]

Montenegro[edit]

Name and abbreviation Founded Region served Notes
Juventas  Montenegro Based in Podgorica.[291]

Netherlands[edit]

Name and abbreviation Founded Region served Notes
Aidsfonds [nl] / Soa AIDS Nederland[292] 1985  Netherlands Merged with Stichting soa-bestrijding in 2004. The Sex Work Projects Programme aims to prevent HIV/AIDS and STIs amongst sex workers. Based in Amsterdam.
PROUD (labour union) [nl][293] 2015  Netherlands National sex trade union for (former) sex workers. Based in Amsterdam. Successor of The Red Thread (De Rode Draad).
Red Light United[294] 2019 Amsterdam De Wallen Trade union of (mostly foreign) window workers on De Wallen. Based in Amsterdam.
TAMPEP[12] 1993 Europe orthographic Caucasus Urals boundary (with borders).svg Europe Calls itself the 'European Network for HIV/STI Prevention and Health Promotion among Migrant Sex Workers'. Based in Amsterdam. Hosted from Helsinki.

Norway[edit]

Name and abbreviation Founded Region served Notes
PION - Sex Workers interest organisation in Norway  Norway Based in Oslo.[295]

Poland[edit]

Name and abbreviation Founded Region served Notes
Sex Work Polska 2015  Poland Based in Warsaw.[296][297]

Portugal[edit]

Name and abbreviation Founded Region served Notes
APDES (Agencia Piaget para o Desenvolvimento)  Portugal Based in Vila Nova de Gaia.[298]
Movimento dxs Trabalhadorxs do Sexo  Portugal National organisation that supports sex worker's rights.[225][299]
Rede sobre Trabalho Sexual (RTS) 2011  Portugal Network of sex work organisations.[300]

Romania[edit]

Name and abbreviation Founded Region served Notes
SexWorkCall Romania 2018  Romania Founded by three sexworkers and based in Bucharest.[301][302]

Russia[edit]

Name and abbreviation Founded Region served Notes
Silver Rose 2003  Russian Federation Sex worker-led organisation based in St Petersburg[303] with branches in more than 40 Russian cities.[304]
Sex Workers Forum Russia 2016  Russian Federation Based in Kazan.[305][306]

Serbia[edit]

Name and abbreviation Founded Region served Notes
JAZAS - Association Against AIDS  Serbia Advocate for universal access to health services[307]
Sloboda Prava (Equal Rights) 2011  Serbia Sex workers' rights organization based in Belgrade.[308]

Spain[edit]

Name and abbreviation Founded Region served Notes
APROSEX  Barcelona The organisation works with cis and trans female sex workers.[309][310]
CATS (Comite de Apoyo a las Trabajadoras del Sexo) 2002  Murcia  Alicante  Albacete  Almería Sex worker support organisation.
Centro Alba  Zaragoza Support organisation for sex workers and their families.[311]
Colectivo Caye  Asturias Sex worker led organisation.[312]
Prostitutas Indignadas 2012  Barcelona Sex worker led organisation of street workers in the El Raval neighbourhood.[225][313]
Sindicato OTRAS  Spain Delegations in the Canary Islands, Madrid, Murcia, Seville and Valencia.[314]

Sweden[edit]

Name and abbreviation Founded Region served Notes
Fuckförbundet 2017  Sweden Organisation led by sex workers and based in Göteborg.[315][316]
Rose Alliance [sv] 2010  Sweden Sex worker led organisation based in Stockholm.[317][318]
Sexsäljares och allierades nätverk i Sverige [sv] 2007  Sweden Network of sex workers and their allies.[319]

Switzerland[edit]

Name and abbreviation Founded Region served Notes
Aspasie [fr] 1982  Geneva Co-founded by Grisélidis Réal.[320]
Fleur de Pavé 1996 Wappen Lausanne.svg Lausanne Health organisation for sex workers.[225][321]
ProCoRe (Prostitution Collective Reflexion) 1990s   Switzerland Network of 27 sex worker organisations.[225][322]
Syndicat des travailleuses et travailleurs du sexe [fr] 2012   Switzerland Based in Geneva.[323]
XENIA 1984  Bern Sex worker support organisation based in the city of Bern.[225][324]

Ukraine[edit]

Name and abbreviation Founded Region served Notes
All-Ukrainian League "Legalife"  Ukraine National sex workers organisation[325]
CO Legalife-Ukraine  Ukraine National organisation for sex workers and their clients.[326]
Public Movement "Faith, Hope, Love" (Общественное Движение "Вера, Надежда, Любовь") 1996  Ukraine Based in Odessa.[327]

United Kingdom[edit]

Name and abbreviation Founded Region served Notes
Another Way  Edinburgh[328]
English Collective of Prostitutes (ECP) 1975  England Based in London.[329]
International Union of Sex Workers (IUSW) 2000  United Kingdom United Kingdom-based trade union for sex workers.[330]
Manchester Action on Street Health (MASH) 1991  Manchester
National Ugly Mugs (NUM) 2012  United Kingdom Takes reports of incidents from sex workers and produces anonymised warnings which are sent directly to sex workers and front-line support projects throughout the UK.[331]
SCOT-PEP (Scottish Prostitutes Education Project)  Scotland Based in Edinburgh[332]
Sex Worker Advocacy and Resistance Movement (SWARM) 2009  United Kingdom Originally named Sex Worker Open University
Support For Student Sex Workers  Manchester[333]
UK Network of Sex Work Projects (UKNSWP)  United Kingdom Umbrella organisation that represents sex work projects in the UK.[334]
Umbrella Lane 2015  Scotland Support organisation based in Glasgow.[225][335]
x:talk 2006  London Provides free English classes for migrant workers in the sex industry.[336]

North America[edit]

Belize[edit]

Name and abbreviation Founded Region served Notes
Tikkun Olam Belize 2011  Belize Based in Orange Walk Town.[337][338]

Canada[edit]

Name and abbreviation Founded Region served Notes
BC Coalition of Experiential Communities 2005  British Columbia Sex worker led organisation based in Vancouver. Originally B.C. Coalition of Experiential Women but later expanded to include male and trans sex workers.[339][340]
Butterfly - Asian and Migrant Sex Workers Network 2014  Canada Support network for Asian and migrant sex workers. Based in Ontario.[341][342][343]
Canadian Guild for Erotic Labour 2003  Ontario
 Quebec
Peer led group for those in the adult industry including escorts, erotic masseuses, body rub, street workers, erotic dancer, BDSM professionals and porn performers/models.[344][345]
CASWLR (Canadian Alliance for Sex Work Law Reform) 2014?  Canada Based in Montreal, connecting with sex workers and similar organisations nationally to challenge and inform governments to impact laws and policies regarding sex work.[346]
FIRST  Canada Based in Vancouver.[347]
Maggie's: The Toronto Sex Workers Action Project 1986  Toronto One of the first sex worker led organisations in Canada.[348][349]
Migrant Sex Workers Project  Toronto Migrant sex worker led group.[350]
Operation Snatch  Toronto Multidisciplinary theatre company run by sex workers; theatre is used as a platform for social activism.[351]
PACE (Providing Alternatives Counselling & Education Society) 1994  Vancouver Sex worker led organisation.[352][353]
Peers Victoria Resources Society 1995 Victoria, British Columbia Sex worker led organisation.[354][355]
POWER (Prostitutes of Ottawa, Gatineau, Work, Educate, Resist)  Ottawa Sex worker led organisation.[356][357]
Projet L.U.N.E. 2012  Quebec Sex worker led organisation.[358][359]
Shift Calgary  Calgary Provides support to current and former sex workers.[360][361]
S.H.O.P. (Safe Harbour Outreach Project)  Newfoundland Based in St. John's.[362][363]
SPOC (Sex Professionals of Canada) 1983  Canada National, voluntary, sex worker-run organization that is funded entirely by donations, seeking to decriminalise all forms of sex work in Canada through advocacy and education.[364][365]
Stella, l'amie de Maimie 1995  Montreal Offers support and information to sex workers.[366][367]
Stepping Stone Halifax, Nova Scotia Provides support to sex workers.[368][369]
SWAG (Sex Workers Action Group) Kingston, Ontario Sex worker led organisation.[370][371]
SWAN (Sex Workers' Action Network of Waterloo Region) Waterloo Region Based in Kitchener, Ontario.[372][373]
SWAN (Supporting Women's Alternative's Network Vancouver) 2002 British Columbia Lower Mainland Based in Vancouver.[374][375]
SWAP Hamilton (Sex Workers' Action Program of Hamilton)  Hamilton Provide support services to sex workers.[376][377]

El Salvador[edit]

Name and abbreviation Founded Region served Notes
Asociacion de Mujeres Trabajadoras Sexuales LIQUIDAMBAR 2009  El Salvador Based in San Salvador.[378][379]
Fundacion Angelica Quinta  El Salvador Based in San Salvador.[380]
La Organización de Trabajadoras del Sexo de El Salvador 2009  El Salvador Based in San Salvador.[381][382]

Haiti[edit]

Name and abbreviation Founded Region served Notes
Association Nationale de Protection des Femmes et Enfants Haïtiens (ANAPFEH) 1991  Haiti Organisation that works with sex workers and their children, based in Delmas.[383][384]

Jamaica[edit]

Name and abbreviation Founded Region served Notes
Jamaica SW Coalition  Jamaica Sex worker led organisation based in Kingston.[385][386]

Mexico[edit]

Name and abbreviation Founded Region served Notes
Aproase  Mexico Sex worker led organisation based in México City.[387][388]
Centro De Apoyo A Las Identidades Trans A.C. 2011  Mexico City Trans sex worker led organisation.[389][390]
Colectivo de Hombres en Accion Comunitaria A.C.  Mexico Organisation for male and transgender sex workers based in Monterrey.[391]
Colectivo Seres A.C.  Guanajuato Based in Guanajuato City.[392][393]
Diversidad TTT A.C. 2009  Mexico Based in San Cristóbal de las Casas.[394][395]
JOVENES DIVERSOS VIHDA A.C.  Tamaulipas Promotes HIV awareness.[396]
Movimiento de Trabajo Sexual de México  Mexico National sex worker led organisation based in Mexico City.[397]
Mujer Libertad A.C 1997 Flag of Queretaro.svg Queretaro Sex worker led organisation.[398][399]
Tamaulipas Diversidad Vihda Trans A.C. 2009  Tamaulipas The organisation supports HIV prevention. Based in Tampico.[400][401]
Union y Fuerza de Mujeres Trans Chihuahuenses a.c.  Chihuahua Support for transgender sex workers.[402]

Nicaragua[edit]

Name and abbreviation Founded Region served Notes
Asociación de Mujeres "Las Golondrinas" 2004  Nicaragua Sex worker led organisation based in Matagalpa[403][404]

Panama[edit]

Name and abbreviation Founded Region served Notes
Red Perts Panama  Panama Based in Santiago.[405]

Trinidad and Tobago[edit]

Name and abbreviation Founded Region served Notes
RED Initiatives  Trinidad and Tobago Based in Arima.[406]
Terkita Persad  Trinidad and Tobago Based in Tunapuna.[407]

United States[edit]

Name and abbreviation Founded Region served Notes
APAC (Adult Performer Advocacy Committee) 2014  United States Support organisation for performers in the adult film industry.[408][409][410]
BAYSWAN 1999 San Francisco Bay Area Non-profit organization for sex workers in the San Francisco Bay Area.[411]
Best Practices Policy Project  United States Supports sex workers and organizations and advocates working with sex workers.[412][413]
BSWC (The Black Sex Worker Collective)  New York City Black sex worker collective.[414][415]
COYOTE 1973  United States Founded in 1973 in San Francisco, advocacy group for sex workers.[416]
Cupcake Girls 2010  United States Provides support to sex workers in 22 states with offices in Las Vegas and Portland, Oregon.[417][418]
CUSP (Community United for Safety & Protection)  Alaska Sex worker led organisation based in Nenana.[419][420]
Desiree Alliance 2005  United States National alliance of sex workers and former sex workers based in Arkansas.[421][422]
ESPLER Project (Sex Workers and Erotic Service Providers Legal Education and Research Project) 2010  United States Peer led organisation based in San Francisco that supports sex workers and others in the adult industry such as exotic dancers, phone sex operators, adult film performers, web cam performers and dominatrix-submissives.[423][424][425]
ESPU (Erotic Service Providers Union) 2004  United States Peer led organisation based in San Francisco.[426][427]
GLITS  United States Transgender sex worker organisation based in Queens.[428][429]
HIPS Flag of the District of Columbia.svg Washington, DC Provides support services to sex workers in the DC Metro area.[430][431]
International Sex Worker Foundation for Art, Culture and Education  United States Based in California, runs museum in Montana.
Las Vegas Dancers Alliance 2002–3  Nevada
NJRUA (NJ Red Umbrella Alliance)  New Jersey NGO that works for sex worker rights.[432][433]
PONY (Prostitutes of New York) 1994  New York Sex worker led organisation.[434][435]
Red Umbrella Project 2010  New York City Sex worker led group based in Brooklyn.[436][437]
St. James Infirmary Clinic 1999  San Francisco Peer based health services to sex workers.[438][439]
STROLL (Sex Traders Radical Outreach & Liberation Lobby) 2016 Flag of Portland, Oregon.svg Portland, Oregon Sex worker led organisation.[440]
SWOP-USA (Sex Workers Outreach Project USA) 2003  United States Branches: Behind Bars,[441] Chicago,[442] Denver,[443] New Orleans,[444] New York,[445] Northern California,[446] Philadelphia,[447] Sacramento, San Antonio,[448] San Francisco,[449] Seattle,[450] Tucson[451]
The Outlaw Project  United States Advocates for the rights of sex workers who are people of colour, transgender women, gender non-binary or migrants.[452][453]
The Sex Workers Project at the Urban Justice Centre  New York City Provide legal and social services to sex workers.[454][455]
Women with a Vision  New Orleans Collective of African-American sex workers.[456][457]
WPN Power, Co  Atlanta Sex workers rights advocacy organization.[458][459]
Yukon Status of Women Council  Yukon Based in Whitehorse.[460]
Supportive
Name and abbreviation Support since Region served Notes
American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) 1975  United States New York-based civil rights organization that has supported decriminalizing sex work since 1975 (unofficially since 1973).[461]

Oceania[edit]

Australia[edit]

Name Founded Region served Notes
Magenta  Western Australia Peer led organisation based in Perth.[462][463]
Respect Inc  Queensland Drop-in centres in Brisbane, Cairns, Townsville and the Gold Coast.[464][465]
RhED  Victoria Sex worker led organisation based in St Kilda.[466][467]
Salome's Circle  Victoria Support organisation for strippers, exotic dancers and show girls. Based in Melbourne.[468][469]
Scarlet Alliance 1989  Australia National network of sex workers organisations and projects. Based in Redfern.[470][471]
Sex Industry Network (SIN) 1986  South Australia Sex worker led organisation originally called Prostitutes Association of South Australia (PASA). Based in Mile End.[463][472]
SWEAR WA (Sex Work: Education, Advocacy & Rights Western Australia) 2013  Western Australia Originally called People for Sex Worker Rights WA.[463][473]
SWOP ACT (Australian Capital Territory)  Australian Capital Territory Based in Turner.[463][474]
SWOP NSW (Sex Workers Outreach Project) 1983  New South Wales Originally called the Australia Prostitutes' Collective. Based in Surry Hills.[475][476]
SWOP NT (Northern Territory)  Northern Territory Sex worker led organisation based in Darwin.[463][477]
Vixen Collective 2005  Victoria Sex worker led organisation.[463][478]

Fiji[edit]

Name Founded Region served Notes
Pacific Rainbow$ Advocacy Network 2008  Fiji Organisation that supports female, transgender and male sex werkers. Based in Lautoka.[479][480]
Strumphet Alliance Network 2014  Fiji Sex worker led organisation based in Suva.[481][482]

New Zealand[edit]

Name Founded Region served Notes
New Zealand Prostitutes' Collective 1987  New Zealand Sex worker led collective based in Wellington with branches in other cities.[483][484]

Papua New Guinea[edit]

Name Founded Region served Notes
Friends Frangipani 2006[485]  Papua New Guinea Sex worker led group based in Port Moresby.[486]

South America[edit]

Argentina[edit]

Name Founded Region served Notes
Association of Women Sex Workers of Argentina (AMMAR) 2000 Escudo ciudad de cordoba argentina.svg Córdoba Sex worker lead organisation.[487][488]

Brazil[edit]

Name Founded Region served Notes
APROSMIG (Associação das Prostitutas de Minas Gerais)  Brazil Sex worker led organisation based in Belo Horizonte.[489]
Associação Mulheres Guerreiras 2007  Brazil Sex worker led organisation based in Campinas.[490][491]
Associação Pernambucana das Profissionais do Sexo (Pernambuco Association of Sex Workers)  Brazil Based in Recife.[492]
ASTRASSE (Associação das Trabalhadoras Sexuais de Sergipe)  Brazil Based in Aracaju.[493]
Davida 1992  Brazil Based in Rio de Janeiro.[494]
Estrela Guia  Brazil Based in Florianópolis.[495]
GEMPAC (Grupo de Mulheres Prostitutas do Estado do Para)  Brazil Based in Belem.[496]

Colombia[edit]

Name and abbreviation Founded Region served Notes
Lxs callejerxs  Colombia Sex worker led organisation based in Bogotá.[497]
Fundacion Red Comunitaria Trans 2012  Bogotá Tran sex worker organisation in the Santa Fe tolerance zone of Bogotá.[498]
TWIGGY Fundación 2016  Valle del Cauca Tran sex worker organisation based in Cali. Named after the founder María del Pilar "Twiggy" Escobar.[499]

Ecuador[edit]

Name and abbreviation Founded Region served Notes
Asociacion de Mujeres Autonomas "22nd de Junio" 1985  El Oro First sex workers organisation in Latin America.[500][501]
Asociacion de mujeres del canton milagro  Guayas Association that works with sex workers who work on the streets.[501][502]
Asociacion De Mujeres Trabajadoras Del Sexo "Colectivo Flor De Azalea"  Guayas Sex worker led association that works with sex workers who work on the streets.[503]
Asociación de Trabajadoras Autonomas 1 de Agosto  Guayas Association that works with sex workers and their clients and families.[504]
Asociación de Trabajadoras Sexuales 1o de Mayo Flag of Quito.svg Quito Association that works with sex workers who work on the streets.[501][505]
Asociacion De Trabajadoras Sexuales Por Un Futuro Mejor Flag of Quito.svg Quito Works with cis and transgender sex workers.[506]
Asociación de Trabajadoras Sexuales Trans de Quito Flag of Quito.svg Quito Led by and for trans sex workers.[501][507]
Asociacion Goover 2004 Flag of Quito.svg Quito Sex worker led group for male sex workers.[508][509]
Asociacion Horizontes Diversos  Manabí Works with female, trans and male sex workers[510]
Asociacion Primero de Mayo Flag of Quito.svg Quito Advocate for universal access to health services.[511]
Asociacion Pro Defensa de la Mujer - ASPRODEMU  Pichincha The association works with sex workers who work in indoor venues. Based in Quito.[512]
Association of Autonomous Female Workers (AAFW) 1982  Ecuador Operated by healthcare workers, feminists and sex workers.[513]  
Coalición de Trabajadorxs Sexuales de Quito (CTSQ) Flag of Quito.svg Quito Activist platform for sex workers.[514]
Federacion Nacional de Mujeres Autonomas del Ecuador Bandera de Quevedo.svg Quevedo Work with female and trans sex workers.[515]
Fundacion Transgeneros Peninsulares 2002 Salinas Trans sex worker led organisation.[516]
PLAPERTS (Plataforma Latinoamerica de Personas que Ejercen el Trabajo Sexual) Machala Flag.svg Machala Works with female, trans and male sex workers.[517]
Red de Trabajadoras Sexuales del Ecuador (REDTRABSEX) 2005  Ecuador Umbrella network of sex worker organisations in Ecuador[518]

Guyana[edit]

Name and abbreviation Founded Region served Notes
Guyana Sex Work Coalition (GSWC) 2008  Guyana Based in Georgetown, one of the first sex worker led organisations in the Caribbean.[519][520]

Peru[edit]

Name and abbreviation Founded Region served Notes
Asociación Civil Angel Azul 2002  Lima Association of trans women from South Lima.[521][522]
Asociacion Civil Cambio Y Accion 2006  Lima Aims to create safe areas for sex work.[523]
Asociacion TS Tumbes Por Nosotras para Nosotras  Peru Based in Tumbes.[524]
Miluska Vida y Dignidad A.C.  Peru Sex worker led organisation based in Lima.[525]
MTSP (Movimiento de Trabajadoras Sexuales del Peru)  Peru Union of sex workers in Peru.[526]
Mujeres del Sur  Arequipa Sex worker led organisation[527]

Suriname[edit]

Name and abbreviation Founded Region served Notes
Stichting Rachab[528] 1994  Suriname Advocates for the rights and health of all sex workers in Suriname. Originally named Stichting Maxi Linder Association (SMLA) after famous sex worker Maxi Linder.[528][529]
Suriname Collection of Sex Workers (DCF–SUCOS) 2018  Suriname Paramaribo-based foundation registered as DCF by Denise Carr in 2018. Originated from the 2015 unregistered SUCOS.[530]
Suriname Men United (SMU) 2005  Suriname Paramaribo-based NGO dedicated to improving the well-being of men who have sex with men in Suriname.[531] Has supported decriminisalisation of sex work.[532]

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