Kate Scheutze, Law & Policy Programme, Amnesty International
You can share this podcast by copying this HTML to your clipboard and pasting into your blog or web page.
In August, Amnesty International’s delegates from around the world voted to develop and adopt policies in favor of decriminalizing prostitution. According to Amnesty, sex workers are one of the most marginalized groups in the world, and the development of this policy aims to relieve their plight. Kate Scheutze from Amnesty’s Law & Policy Programme explains how decriminalization would help sex workers and why Amnesty is not in favor of the “Nordic” model practiced in many Scandinavian countries, which does not punish prostitutes but makes the buying of sex illegal.
Download the BFM mobile app. Stay at home and stay up-to-date.