A history of the policy-related work BPPP has been involved in or supported can be reviewed in the policy updates archive below. Currently members of BPPP continue to monitor the effects of the “prostitution free zone” policy in the District of Columbia. Our concern about “prostitution free zones” began in 2006 when we supported the development of a community based research project in the D.C. about the impact of these kinds of policies. We also continue work towards international recognition of the important policy issues in the United States following up from our actions in partnership with the Desiree Alliance and many other organizations surrounding the first Universal Periodic Review of the human rights record of the United States in 2010.
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