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.
SAVE THE DATE Canada’s court strikes down the prostitution laws but the government bypasses its ruling! Organising to retain & implement our path-breaking victory 22 September 2014 7pm -9pm Crossroads Women’s Centre, 25 Wolsey Mews, London NW5 2DX In December … Continue reading →
It’s about time that the contribution that sex workers make to the economy was quantified. But sex work should be listed as work not as an “illegal transaction” because prostitution, the exchange of sex for money between two consenting adults, … Continue reading →
VERSO 40 years of radical publishing Playing the Whore: The Work of Sex Work Discussion: Melissa Gira Grant & Niki Adams, English Collective of Prostitutes Chair: Selma James March 31, 2014 6.00pm – 8.00pm University of London Union Malet Suite – 2nd floor, Malet Street, London WC1E … Continue reading →
Opinion poll finds public opposes criminalisation of prostitution A poll conducted by GfK (February 28th to 2nd March) for Professor Colin Francome, director of the Campaign for Radical Sociology, shows that over half the population of the UK is opposed … Continue reading →
Press release:Sex Workers Response, Stop the Criminalisation of Sex Work – Safety First! Sex workers from a number of European countries including Sweden will be speaking in the House of Commons on Wednesday 26 March 2014. Where: Committee Room 12 When: … Continue reading →
This Saturday 16 November, the English Collective of Prostitutes will be speaking at the Brighton Reclaim the Night March. The event starts at 6pm from the train station. More information here. We hope to see you there.
OPEN LETTER . . . OPEN LETTER . . . OPEN LETTER . . . OPEN LETTER Consenting sex is not a crime. Join RUPERT EVERETT, GRAYSON PERRY and others. SIGN UP in support of the decriminalisation of prostitution. As LGBTQ sex workers … Continue reading →
“Know Your Rights” workshops have been held over the last year in and outside of London. Some have been sex worker only and addressed specific issues for example: A detailed Q&A on safety where sex workers were able to describe … Continue reading →