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The OSI Public Health Program and the Foundation Open Society Institute-Macedonia are supporting Healthy Options Project Skopje (HOPS) to develop legal responses to human rights abuses against sex workers.
But in Macedonia, sex workers are using video advocacy as a way to raise their voices and combat the extensive police violence and abuse that they suffer.The option of missing a meal is beyond me; some mornings I will drag myself out of bed so I can eat breakfast at the ideal time for me to be hungry again in time for my (usually scheduled) lunch.I´m not just about the eating either: I love learning how to make it, discovering the places that sell it, buying the ingredients to create it, watching the pros plate it, making my friends drool by photographing it and, as you’ve probably guessed by now, talking about it.In November 2008, police conducted a raid in a well-known sex work zone in Skopje, in which more than 30 people were arrested without explanation and subjected to forced testing for "infectious diseases." Following the raid, the Ministry of Interior published photos of the sex workers on its website, and media outlets published photos and video of the women held in detention.Seven of the women tested positive for hepatitis C and are facing criminal charges for allegedly "transmitting an infectious disease." HOPS is supporting the sex workers in three resulting cases, including: the criminal case in which seven women face charges for the alleged transmission of hepatitis C; a civil case on behalf of 13 women against the Ministry of Interior and a health clinic for breach of privacy and inhumane and degrading punishment; and a civil case against five media outlets that were found to have breached the women's right to privacy by Macedonia's Directorate for Personal Data Protection.
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