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Our History

ASMUBULI was born in July 2008, after attending a meeting of the REDTRASEX held in Ecuador. In April 2009 we met for the first General Assembly and we began the process of formal organization. We were little more than twenty fellows from the Nariño Ipiales District that were tired of discrimination and violation of our fundamental rights. Today, among other places, we participate in the Social Policy Council of the District and we are invited to several forums, events and meetings where we have voice and vote, we participate in the Country Coordinating Mechanism (Mecanismo Coordinador de País – MCP) and of important instances with decision makers.

Contact

Fidelia Suárez

Mail: colombia1@redtrasex.org.ar

Mail:fideliasuarez26@hotmail.com

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28/04/2016 - Colombia
COLOMBIA: SINTRASEXCO IS THE FIRST WOMEN SEX WORKERS’ UNION IN THE WORLD
ASMUBULI is the Colombian women sex workers’ organization struggling since 2008 for the recognition of autonomous sex work (without procurers) by the State. Last year, the organization embarked on a new journey as the Colombian Constitutional Court granted them what they needed for their main claim to become a reality. On November 26 SINTRASEXCO was born: the first union in the world whose members and leaders are women sex workers and that is recognized by the Ministry of Labour. (+)
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1/08/2012 - Colombia
Civil servant requires “sexual favors”
Fellows of ASMUBULI, RedTraSex member organization, denounced the abuse of a civil servant who has demanded "sexual favors" to female sex workers for not carrying their healthcare carnet. (+)
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24/05/2012 - Colombia
An uneasy calm
Numerous denounces by ASMUBULI members to human rights organizations, stopped the persecution of sex workers women, however this does not mean that the problem is resolved. (+)
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23/05/2012 - Colombia
Sex workers women are present
For the first time in the history of Colombia, sex workers women are part of the Country Coordinating Mechanism (CCM) for projects under the Global Fund to Fight HIV/AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria. (+)

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