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  • Free special event! 10 July Screening of 1975 Documentary: Les prostituées de Lyon parlent
    The English Collective of Prostitutes and the Sex Worker Open University present, with Club des Femmes: UK Première of 1975 Documentary: Les prostituées de Lyon parlent  – The prostitutes of Lyon speak (45 Minutes, French with English subtitles) Plus: Rare footage and … Continue reading → The post Free special event! 10 July Screening of 1975 Documentary: […]
  • Film: Tales of the Grim Sleeper, 12 March (Int’l Women’s Week)
      For International Women’s Week  &  part of International Actions  IN REMEMBERANCE OF BLACK WOMEN VICTIMS OF SERIAL MURDERS! Screening of Nick Bloomfield’s Tales of the Grim Sleeper    Saturday 12 March  7.30pm    Crossroads Women’s Centre  25 Wolsey Mews, Kentish … Continue reading → The post Film: Tales of the Grim Sleeper, 12 March (Int’l […]
  • Film showing: 17 Dec Int’l Day to End Violence Against Sex Workers
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  • Decriminalisation of Prostitution – the evidence
    Decriminalisation of Prostitution – the evidence 3 November 2015, Committee Room 11, House of Commons, SW1A 0AA, 11am-6pm Allow 20 minutes to get through airport like security. All welcome, no registration needed.   The English Collective of Prostitutes invites you … Continue reading → The post Decriminalisation of Prostitution – the evidence appeared first on […]
  • Caring, Survival & Justice: 14 – 15 November
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  • 3 November 2015, House of Commons, 11am-6pm
    Decriminalisation of Prostitution – the evidence 3 November 2015, House of Commons, 11am-6pm The English Collective of Prostitutes invites you to an evidence gathering symposium on decriminalisation of prostitution on 3 November 2015, 11am-6pm, House of Commons. The event will … Continue reading → The post 3 November 2015, House of Commons, 11am-6pm appeared first […]

2 thoughts on “Events

  1. Hoping I have addressed this e mail to the right place I would just like to say how much I agreed with Nikki Adams in her interview on R4 this morning. It seems to me that Parliament is heading in the wrong direction trying to outlaw the sale of sex. I would like to assure you that you have at least one supporter in what I believe are your objectives. -me

    Kind regards

  2. Westminster Parliament is endangering, the lives of women sex workers and transgender sex workers too. Parliament is always wrong, on most things from disabilities to carers, prostitution. I am a trans-escort and it will potentially impact my survivability, to live my life in peace and enjoy, my life. I permanently object to Westminster Parliament. Sex workers are always discriminated aginist by MPs and ignorant society.

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