STATEMENT Against Criminalizing Clients of Sex Workers by women’s funds


Barking up the Wrong Tree: Criminalizing Clients of Sex Workers Will Not End Trafficking Posted by admin on Thursday, February 20, 2014 · Leave a Comment The European Parliament’s Committee on Gender Rights and Women’s Equality, FEMM, has approved a report that recommends criminalizing … Continue reading

Ruth Messinger, American Jewish World Service: “Why Sex Workers Must Be Part of the Global Human Rights Agenda”


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by Ruth Messinger, American Jewish World Service September 23, 2012 – 8:15pm A few years ago, I traveled to Thailand where I met a sex worker for the very first time. A 37-year-old mother of three, she very succinctly told me about … Continue reading

Communication Workers Union Resolution for TUC Women’s Conference Scarborough


DECRIMINALISATION OF PROSTITUTION 11 March to 13 March 2009. Conference calls on the Government to decriminalise prostitution. While the activities of women who work as prostitutes are subject to criminal prosecution then they are less able to access support and … Continue reading