promotes a holistic strategy underpinned by principles of respect and inclusion of sex workers and informed by the development and implementation of good practice in relation to health promotion among sex workers.
- Promoting a non-repressive approach to sex workers and sex work.
- Promoting the inclusion of sex workers in the development, implementation and evaluation of prevention activities.
- Promoting the inclusion of sex workers in policy development and evaluation.
- Promoting health and social services appropriate to sex workers needs and based on reducing the health inequalities faced by sex workers.
- Promoting a multi-disciplinary approach to HIV/STI interventions which address the needs identified by sex workers and is based upon the protection of their human and civil rights.
- Promoting a legal and social framework for dealing with prostitution based on the protection of human and civil rights.
- Promoting cooperation and networking on local, regional and international levels.
- Promoting anti-trafficking policies that are based on the protection of the human rights of the individual women.