About English Collective of Prostitutes

The English Collective of Prostitutes is a self-help organisation of sex workers, working both on the street and in premises, with a national network throughout the UK. We campaign for the decriminalisation of prostitution, for sex workers’ rights and safety, and for resources to enable people to get out of prostitution if they want to.

Briefing on Unison Motion to Decriminalise Sex Work – Answering Nordic Model Now Misinformation

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Support Motion 127 – “Decriminalisation for safety”, brought by Lambeth to the Unison Delegate Conference 2018. Read full motion here. Facts and information on the decriminaisation of sex work. By English Collective of Prostitutes 020 7482 2496 • ecp@prostitutescollective.net • www.prostitutescollective.net The ECP is … Continue reading

Oakland North: International support groups discuss sex workers’ rights in Oakland

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Thanta Laovilwanyakul(middle) talks about her experience as a sex worker at the “Public Meeting with Empower.” Empower Foundation set a table that displayed T-shirts and books that represent their their idea at the public meeting. By Saemmool LeePosted March 21, 2018 1:14 … Continue reading

West End Extra: Pop-up brothel inquiry findings ‘shoddy’, say prostitutes group

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All Party Group recommends criminalising paying for sex 30 May, 2018 — By Tom Foot An earlier ECP protest  FINDINGS from an inquiry investigating pop-up brothels have been blasted as “shoddy”, according to the English Collective of Prostitutes. The All Party Parliamentary … Continue reading

Metro: Why the Parliamentary Group on Prostitution is wrong to suggest criminalising the buying of sex

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Miranda Kane Monday 21 May 2018 3:54 pm What’s wrong with a safe and consensual transaction? (Picture: Ella Byworth for Metro.co.uk) Another day, another flurry of media and morality where the world is convinced sex trafficking is around every corner. … Continue reading

Another sham Inquiry from the self-appointed partisan All-Party Parliamentary Group on Prostitution

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Breaking news: a self-appointed group of MPs, that got together for the sole purpose of lobbying for the criminalisation of sex workers’ clients, conduct Inquiry and recommend the criminalisation of clients! No surprise there then. Cari Mitchell, spokeswoman for the … Continue reading