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SNP conference votes for a “Scottish version” of the Nordic model as party policy on sex work A “SCOTTISH MODEL” for “legalisation” of sex work has been passed by the SNP conference today (Friday 17 March) in Aberdeen.

Isn't the whole point of internet dating that you can meet someone new?Additionally, a report by the Norwegian Government released in 2004 found that violence had increased against sex workers after the change of the law in Sweden which pioneered the approach in 1999.Some Scottish politicians, such as Jean Urquhart MSP, have pointed to the position of the law in New Zealand where the testimony of sex workers themselves has advocated full decriminalising of sex work as the best way to protect them and their communities.They argue that such an approach would allow co-operation instead of conflict with the police and judicial system, improve the health and safety of sex workers, and create the best possible environment for the eradication of coercion, trafficking and underage sex work.New Zealand has what’s known as “decriminalised sex work” meaning that rather than focusing on creating bureaucratic hoops for sex workers to jump through, advocates say it prioritises sex workers’ safety and health. The SWOU told Common Space: “SWOU is deeply disappointed by the SNP resolution.

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