Sex workers’ rights are human rights. Yet, almost everywhere in the world, sex workers are confronted with widespread violations of their rights. In many countries, sex work is criminalised and subject to stigma and discrimination. This makes sex workers more vulnerable to HIV and other sexually transmitted infections, as well as different forms of violence. Bridging the Gaps works to improve the health and well-being of sex workers. To this end, we give funding for advocacy and empowerment activities and ensure the availability of sex worker-friendly services. We involve sex worker-led organisations and networks in improving the provision of tailored HIV services and advocating for their human rights.