Héma Sibi is the Advocacy Coordinator of CAP International a coalition of 35 frontline NGOs providing direct assistance to more than 16,000 victims of prostitution and trafficking in human beings in 28 countries. Héma is a jurist specialized in International and European human rights’ law. She has notably worked for the UNHCR, the ONE campaign and Humans for Women. She is the spokesperson of Mouvement du Nid, France. At CAP International, she works on political advocacy towards the adoption of protective legal frameworks for prostituted persons. Héma is the author of the CAP Intl study: “The Last Girl First: prostitution at the intersection of sex, race & class-based oppressions” highlighting the overrepresentation of women and girls from the most discriminated communities in prostitution.