Trans Day of Action 2018
Rally for Yang Song

In recent news, the Sex Workers Project co-sponsored a rally on December 17th to protest the murder of immigrant worker Yang Song during an NYPD vice sting of a massage parlor. See our statement for International Day to End Violence Against Sex Workers. (Also available in Spanish, Simplified Chinese, and Traditional Mandarin)

About the Sex Workers Project

The Sex Workers Project provides client-centered legal and social services to individuals who engage in sex work, regardless of whether they do so by choice, circumstance, or coercion. One of the first programs in the nation to assist survivors of human trafficking, the Sex Workers Project has pioneered an approach to service grounded in human rights, harm reduction and in the real life experiences of our clients. Our professional service providers are multi-lingual, non-judgmental and bring more than ten years of experience.

As the only US organization meeting the needs of both sex workers and trafficking victims, the Sex Workers Project serves a marginalized community that few others reach. We engage in policy and media advocacy, community education and human rights documentation, working to create a world that is safe for sex workers and where human trafficking does not exist.

What's New

SWP on Wed and Woke
The Wed and Woke podcast talks about the work of the Sex Workers Project.
SWP Statement on Human Rights of Migrants
SWP has issued a statement on the human rights of migrants at the US-Mexico border and elsewhere. In Spanish and English, [243K]
Fundraiser at Butter & Scotch
SWP is holding a fundraiser at Butter & Scotch.
Day to End Violence 2017
SWP co-sponsored a rally on December 17th to protest the murder of immigrant worker Yang Song during an NYPD vice sting of a massage parlor. Statement available in English, Spanish, Simplified Chinese and Traditional Mandarin [300K]
Benefit screening: "Exotic"
SWP presents a benefit screening of the documentary "Exotic" at Starr Bar, Brooklyn. More info ...
SWP Statement on Carl Ferrer arrest
SWP has issued a statement on the arrest of Backpage CEO Carl Ferrer (PDF, 222K)
Confronting Laws and Policies
SWP's Kate D'Adamo writes for The Body about laws and policing policies that encourage HIV transmission.
Vacancy for Immigration Attorney
SWP has a vacancy for a senior/supervising immigration attorney (PDF, 88K)
Donate to SWP
Missed the emPOWER 2016 event? You can still click here to make a donation.
Empower 2016
Join SWP for our 15th Anniversary Gala on June 16 at 7pm at Taj in Chelsea.
Fast Track Cities Statement
SWP's Sienna Baskin gave a statement to the Fast Track Cities event convened by UNAIDS and the Mayors of Paris and New York
Not Silenced
SWP has signed on to a letter protecting sex workers' rights at the UN.