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Our History

In 1994, we began to form the Association of Meretrices Women of Argentina (Asociación de Mujeres Meretrices de la Argentina - AMMAR) in response to constant harassment and violence from the police. A few months later, we joined the Argentine Workers’ Central Union (Central de Trabajadores de la Argentina – CTA) which made it possible to know other realities and abandon the self-exclusion to recognize ourselves as workers. In 2002 was the "Union of Sex Workers of Argentina in action for their rights". Together, we discovered that the organization is our motor force to achieve goals that benefit sex workers and the wider society.

Contact

Tel.: +54 11 43078100

Web: www.ammar.org.ar

Soledad Díaz (Ammar-LaPlata)

Mail: argentina1@redtrasex.org.ar

Claudia Carranza (Ammar-Entre Ríos)

Mail: argentina2@redtrasex.org.ar

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7/12/2012 - Argentina
All together for our rights
Elena Reynaga, RedTraSex Executive Secretary and founder of A.M.M.A.R., was invited as a speaker at the conference organized by the Public Defender of the City of Buenos Aires. (+)
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4/12/2012 - Argentina
A national celebration
AMMAR organized different activities in its various subsidiaries, as part of the World Day to Combat AIDS, whose motto is "Getting to Zero": Zero new infections, Zero deaths, Zero discrimination. (+)
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20/11/2012 - Argentina
A.M.M.A.R. was supported by the Ministry of Social Development and Human Rights of Mendoza
Fellows from A.M.M.A.R. Mendoza met with representatives of the Ministry of Social Development and Human Rights to work together for the rights of female sex workers and the draft of the law regulating autonomous sex work. (+)
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22/10/2012 - Argentina
Organization Workshop and AMMAR planning
Fellow workers from different AMMAR members gathered to share problems going through theirs cities after the closure of working places and to deepen strategies to spread their Law project aiming to recognize sex work as independent work in Argentina. (+)
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Elena Reynaga, fundadora y actual asesora de AMMAR, expone ante la audiencia
14/09/2012 - Argentina
Female sex workers’ law arrives to the University
Fellows from A.M.M.A.R. performed a discussion table at the Faculty of Social Sciences at the University of Buenos Aires to expose the Law that aims to regulate autonomous sex work. (+)

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