SWEAT (Sex Worker Education and Advocacy Taskforce) is a long-standing NPO working with sex workers around health, human rights, and law reform. SWEAT is a dynamic non-governmental organisation that works to ensure that sex workers rights are defended and that people selling sex have access to health and other services. They view sex work as work and all our direct services are focused on engaging, empowering and linking sex workers to services that will meet their needs.
SWEAT seeks an experienced legal researcher to do a comparative legal study on the legal systems of Sweden (where the system of partial decriminalisation of sex work is in place) and the New Zealand legal system (where full decriminalisation of sex work is in place).
Applications must include:
- A detailed CV
- A research proposal on how this research will be conducted (with costing)
Proposals must be received by 10 December 2019 and must be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org. Enquiries can be sent to the same email address.
For more about the Sex Worker Education and Advocacy Taskforce refer to www.sweat.org.za
You can download the terms of reference here: file:///C:/Users/Megan%20Lessing/Downloads/Legal-Researcher-Advert.pdf
Please quote the source of this advertisement in your application - NGO Pulse Portal
For more about Sex Worker Education and Advocacy Taskforce refer to www.sweat.org.za
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