Amnesty Norway voted against sex work call

“The feedback we got from our members and other organisations we consulted made us wish for a policy where one would evaluate the effect of criminalization,” Patricia Kaatee, a policy adviser for Amnesty Norway, told VG newspaper.
“We think that one should only go in for decriminalisation where research indicates it is necessary to protect sex workers’ rights.”
Amnesty International’s resolution has been widely condemned in Norway, with the new political party Feminist Initiative in Oslo branding Tuesday “a sad day”, and Kjell Ingolf Ropstad, from the Christian Democrat party describing the decision as “totally wrong”,

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