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Zum Inhalt. Zum Bereichsmenu. About :: Links :: Buchtips :: Kontakt :: PGP-Key :: Impressum. From the 39th Seminar on Prostitution in Germany Hamburg, 17 to 19 April "Similarities and differences in the context of Migration and Sex Work". The Seminar on Prostitution had a specific theme: Sex Work and Migration. The aims of the seminar were: To discuss and exchange information and experiences regarding the similarities and differences of working conditions of national and migrant sex workers, their access to social and health care, their rights, and living conditions, To confront the participants with the themes of racism and discrimination.
To come up with a document undersigned by all participants and others, that could and should be used as a political instrument to demand more rights for sex workers, in special for migrant sex workers. This was achieved through the creation of the St. Pauli Protocol. Sex workers' human rights are a component of the universal human rights, independent of residential status, of nationality, cultural or religious background, of sexual orientation or identity. Sex workers — including migrants — should be active participants in every debate and decision regarding legislation, guidelines, working conditions and measures which regard their life, their work, their rights, and their health.
We are against every form of racism and discrimination and we demand a respectful treatment with the existing differences and similarities in the area of sex work. We value the variety of life realities and we resist being used and being perceived as victims. We demand the recognition and the implementation of the Human, Labour and Migration Rights of Sex Workers as formulated in the Brussels Declaration of [ 4 ].
We specially underline the following: The right of migrant sex workers to comprehensive, holistic and low-threshold access to general health care, including prevention, testing and treatment, The right to have access to culturally and linguistically adequate information which migrant sex workers need and which empower them and guarantee their rights, Equal labour rights for migrant sex workers, free choice of work place and fair working conditions, with a correspondent work and residence status.
The internationalisation of sex work demands anti-racist and intercultural competences in the counselling and support activities. Cultural Mediation is in this context a fundamental prerequisite, which includes qualification and experience. To enable this, it is fundamental that the financial support for counselling centres for migrant sex workers is guaranteed. We, the undersigned, commit ourselves to implement these principles in our work and activities and demand all actors to support the St.