2016 | Sladjana Baros, Ivana Radovic, Stasa Plecas, Elena Drezga, Marjan Weijrs, Milena Vasic

The research looks into the impact of the laws in Serbia that criminalize sex work on the protection of the human rights of both sex workers and trafficked persons. Although from the perspective of the universality of human rights, it may seem logical that anti- trafficking and sex workers’ rights organizations work together, in practice this rarely happens. One of the reasons is that anti-trafficking measures too often have been used to harm the human rights of sex workers.