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December 2008, New York, USA

In partnership with the Global Network of Sex Work Projects and the Open Society Foundations’ Sexual Health and Rights Program, CREA hosted this global dialogue to examine the consequences of language, policies, and programs that conflate the concepts of sex work, migration and trafficking. Recommendations focused on how to leverage existing rights-based models that stop trafficking into the sex sector, and support anti-trafficking efforts that affirm the rights of sex workers and others affected by anti-trafficking legislation.