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Collecting evidence of human rights violations is a vital component of the work of activists working across the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender (LGBT+) and sex worker sectors. It is hard to reject advocacy work that is based on hard facts about the reality of sex workers and LGBT+ people’s lives. It tells the story of why change is needed. When human rights violations are documented, it gives credibility to LGBT+ and sex worker organisations and communities asking for change. Read More