Sienna Baskin brings extensive senior level work in fighting for the rights of sex workers and survivors of trafficking. Baskin was managing director, and, before that, Equal Justice Works Fellow/staff attorney for the Urban Justice Center’s Sex Workers Project. While there she developed mission and strategy to protect the rights of victims of trafficking; acted as chief counsel in legal cases; managed human rights documentation research; and was a principle media spokesperson on the issue.
Prior to that she worked on reproductive health and criminal justice issues at the Philadelphia Woman’s Center, and she recently conducted research as a U.S. Fulbright Scholar on New Zealand’s decriminalization of prostitution. She holds an undergraduate degree from Hampshire College and a law degree from The City University of New York.
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