Since 1975, the International Prostitutes Collective has been campaigning for the abolition of the prostitution laws which criminalize sex workers and our families, and for economic alternatives and higher benefits and wages.
Tickets available for meeting here. The People’s Parliament check how many tickets are booked in case a bigger room is needed. But it isn’t essential to have a ticket, you can just turn up. Please allow 20 minutes to get … Continue reading →
Mon, 23 December 2013 ICRSE Coordinator Following a series of article in the UK news paper The Guardian, ICRSE and many sex workers organisations, academics and allies have signed a letter demanding a fairer representation to the debate on criminalisation of … Continue reading →
My name is Paulina, I am a sex-worker. When I first came to this country I was forced to come here, forced to be a sex-worker. I suffered violence every day and drugs and alcohol. I was being watched 24 … Continue reading →
From: Amy Vergnés, Administrator of SAAFE.info (Support And Advice For Escorts) and an independent sex worker with ten years experience working as a prostitute in the UK and abroad. I am also on the advisory group which developed the National … Continue reading →
Respuesta inicial del Colectivo Inglés de Prostitutas (CIP) a las recomendaciones del Lobby Europeo de Mujeres (LEM) del 4 de diciembre de 2012. 1. En un momento de crisis económica en que la pobreza entre las mujeres y los niños … Continue reading →
Over 2000 people, mainly women, sallied down Piccadilly for the second London Slutwalk on 22 September. Home-made placards ruled from ‘Sluts & Plebs Unite’ to ‘Compensate Rape Survivors, not Banks’. Many reflected fury at police, prosecutors and courts which ensure … Continue reading →
SlutWalk supports sex workers’ right to safety. Speakers included rape survivors fighting for justice, the ECP and Sheila Farmer – who spoke movingly about being prosecuted, despite her life threatening illness, for working together with other women for safety.
Sarah Shaffi Saturday, September 22, 2012 11:28 AM Hundreds of women are expected to take part in a march in central London today to protest the way the legal system lets down victims of rape. SlutWalk will see campaigners, some … Continue reading →