Our executive director responds to Emily Bazelon's New York Times Magazine piece "Should Prostitution be a Crime?" in this HuffPost blog.
In this op-ed for TruthDig, CATW board member Janice Raymond celebrates the passage of France's new prostitution law.
In this blog post, our executive director discusses how Cosmo has been promoting the porn industry.
As Amnesty International's ICM geared up in Dublin, "The Lancet" published an editorial proclaiming agreement with Amnesty's policy on "sex work." In a letter finally published on Nov. 28, 2015, our executive director responds.
In this HuffPost op-ed, our executive director weighs the consequences of Amnesty's policy in support of full decriminalization of the sex trade.
In this TruthDig piece, CATW board member Janice Raymond makes the connections between the human trafficking of "comfort women" and the systems of prostitution of today.
CATW Issues Statement on Amnesty International’s Resolution to Decriminalize Pimps, Brothel Owners and Buyers of Sex.
In open letter, global advocates urge the human rights organization to vote no on policy to legalize pimps, brothel owners and sex buyers.
In the second of a three-part Huff Post contributor series, our executive director interviews Dr. Julia Geynisman, founder of the Survivor Clinic.