Through its anti-trafficking programme ESWA documents and communicates the injustice and harms experienced by sex workers denied labour rights in Europe
ESWA works with decision and policy makers to increase awareness and recognition of the impacts and the ways in which sex workers have been excluded from state aid and protection including during the Covid19 pandemic.
ESWA supports sex worker-led organisations to strengthen the movement and achieve equality regarding labour protection. ESAW works on building the representation and voices of sex workers in policy making spaces and discussions on labour rights in Europe. Moreover, ESWA engages with trade unions and other labour rights bodies to educate, build allyship and mobilise change.