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  • DIVA: Theatre review – No Bad Women November 6, 2019
    A harrowing watch, but an important one, says Jane Fae BY JANE FAE There must be cheerier ways to pass a Saturday night than at a play about the real life events surrounding a long ago rape trial. Catching the … Continue reading → The post DIVA: Theatre review – No Bad Women appeared first […]
  • Ham & High: Landmark rape case brought by Kentish Town campaigners is turned into a play November 6, 2019
    06 November 2019 Lisa Longstaff of Women Against Rape and Niki Adams of the English Collective of Prostitutes outside Crossroads Women’s Centre in Kentish Town where they are based In 1995 Women Against Rape and the English Collective of Prostitutes … Continue reading → The post Ham & High: Landmark rape case brought by Kentish […]
  • Thomson Reuters Foundation: Sex workers denied justice over rapes, says UK prostitutes’ collective November 5, 2019
    by Sonia Elks | @SoniaElks | Thomson Reuters Foundation Tuesday, 5 November 2019 It’s estimated that about two-thirds of sex workers have suffered some kind of violence LONDON, Nov 5 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) – Police and prosecutors are becoming less willing to take action … Continue reading → The post Thomson Reuters Foundation: Sex workers denied justice over rapes, […]
  • VICE: The Legal System Failed Two Sex Workers – So They Took Their Rapist to Court October 31, 2019
    A new play called “No Bad Women” tells the true story of a landmark trial that opened up a new avenue to justice for survivors. By Emma Garland 31 October 2019, 11:10am In the 1990s, serial rapist Christopher Davies assaulted two … Continue reading → The post VICE: The Legal System Failed Two Sex Workers – […]
  • Independent: Austerity pushing women into sex work and criminalisation endangering them, major report finds October 31, 2019
    ‘I was in a desperate financial situation, no parents to support me and about to become homeless. As I am disabled and was in full-time education, my opportunities for work were, and remain, limited,’ says woman Maya Oppenheim Women’s Correspondent @mayaoppenheim … Continue reading → The post Independent: Austerity pushing women into sex work and criminalisation […]
  • Podcast: The Guilty Feminist: Sex Worker Rights October 28, 2019
    The Guilty Feminist Presented by Deborah Frances-White and Alison Spittle Episode 173: Sex Workers’ Rights with special guests Miranda Kane and Niki Adams (ECP) Recorded 21 October 2019 at Kings Place in London. Follow The post Podcast: The Guilty Feminist: Sex Worker Rights appeared first on English Collective of Prostitutes.
  • BBC News: Universal credit: MPs call for action on women driven to ‘survival sex’ October 26, 2019
    Evidence that women are being driven to sex work because of problems with universal credit must lead to government action, MPs have said. A number of women told the work and pensions committee they turned to sex work because their benefits … Continue reading → The post BBC News: Universal credit: MPs call for action on […]
  • Sky News: ‘Selling sex for £5 is the only way I can survive after Universal Credit chaos’ October 26, 2019
    As the government faces calls to axe the five-week wait for Universal Credit payments, one ex-claimant describes her experience. Saturday 26 October 2019 02:50, UK One woman told Sky News she had been forced to sell sex for £5 after … Continue reading → The post Sky News: ‘Selling sex for £5 is the only […]
  • Grazia: Why Is It Only When Universal Credit Forces Women Into Sex Work The Government Actually Listens? October 25, 2019
    BY GEORGIA ASPINALL | POSTED ON 25 10 2019 Women are being forced into survival sex work to afford basic necessities because of issues with universal credit according to new warnings from MPs. The work and pensions committee has lambasted the government for not … Continue reading → The post Grazia: Why Is It Only When Universal Credit Forces […]
  • I News: Universal Credit: women say they are forced into ‘survival sex’ by DWP’s five-week wait, MPs warn October 25, 2019
    MPs said the wait for the first payment was one of the ‘deep, structural problems’ with Universal Credit and called for it to be scrapped By Serina Sandhu Friday, 25th October 2019, 3:14 pm The Government must end the five-week wait … Continue reading → The post I News: Universal Credit: women say they are forced […]

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