Authorities in Hanoi, Vietnam, plan ‘Biggest Crackdown Ever’ for 2017

Authorities in Vietnam are reported to be planning their “biggest crackdown ever”against the sex industry in 2017. They say the want to help sex workers find new jobs. However, organisations such as ILO Vietnam have pointed out that this approach fails to address the needs of sex workers and ignores the findings of research. … More Authorities in Hanoi, Vietnam, plan ‘Biggest Crackdown Ever’ for 2017

APNSW and VNSW host Global Fund Training in Hanoi, Vietnam

The Asia Pacific Network of Sex Workers (APNSW) in collaboration with the Vietnam Sex Workers Network (VNSW) organised a training from the 22-24 August in Hanoi, Vietnam on the Global Fund. Seventeen sex workers representing 12 sex worker-led organisations from across the nation attended the training. … More APNSW and VNSW host Global Fund Training in Hanoi, Vietnam

2012 – Vietnam Network of Sex Workers is Formed

In 2012. sex workers in Vietnam got together and formed a national network in order to bring about positive changes for their communities. The network aims to represent the voices, and act for the legitimate interests, of sex workers in Vietnam, in order to improve quality of life and decrease stigma and discrimination against sex workers. … More 2012 – Vietnam Network of Sex Workers is Formed