Comeback: Why the Nordic Model harms women – Feminist Times

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The English Collective of Prostitutes: Criminalising clients will not stop prostitution, nor will it stop the criminalisation of women.  But it will make it more dangerous and stigmatising for sex workers. Faced with no benefits, or only the lowest-waged jobs, many … Continue reading

EVENT 5 June Prostitution: decriminalisation v legalisation. Which is better for sex workers’ rights and safety?

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Speaker: Ariane G., Berlin, Germany. Ariane G. has worked for nearly 20 years in brothels, flats and as an independent escort in Germany and throughout Europe. She will speak on working within a legalised system, the risks of proposed law … Continue reading

Decriminalising prostitution: a solution to the problem

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New Zealand took a big step in 2003 by decriminalising prostitution. The English Collective of Prostitutes is fighting for the same status in England. Benjamin Serra The Prisma Poverty and the recent economic crisis forces hundreds of women to work … Continue reading

Film: 17 Dec – Decriminalisation in New Zealand

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Monday, 17 December 2012, 7pm Film: Decriminalisation of Sex Work in New Zealand New Zealand decriminalised prostitution in 2003. This 30 minute film documents how the law was won and its impact as told by sex workers and activists working with the NZ … Continue reading

Decriminalisation remains world’s best practice, sex work forum told

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AUTHOR // Serkan Ozturk CATEGORIES // News + Politics | National | New South Wales A convention held in Sydney earlier this month looking at the gains made in NSW since decriminalisation of sex work was introduced in 1995 saw unanimous agreement by delegates … Continue reading