Since 1975, the English Collective of Prostitutes 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.
The Suffolk Murders of 2006 have yet again highlighted the problem of how to deal with ‘the oldest profession’. The government’s Criminal Justice & Immigration Bill is again reviewing the law on prostitution, but some say it doesn’t go far … Continue reading →
The tragic murders of five young women in Ipswich in December last year led to an unprecedented outpouring of public concern and showed that the government, police and media are way behind where the public is at. The media was … Continue reading →
Press release from the Safety First Coalition Contact: Cari Mitchell 020 7482 2496 07811 964 171 Policies which contributed to the tragic murders of five young women in Ipswich are being reintroduced The Safety First coalition is … Continue reading →
A conference looking at ways to protect prostitutes is to be addressed by a vicar from Ipswich, scene of last year’s serial prostitute killings. The Rape, Race and Prostitution Conference, in London, will examine how women could be better protected … Continue reading →
When prostitute women are not safe, no woman is safe Gemma Adams and a woman the police believe to be Tania Nicol, have now both been found tragically murdered in Ipswich. We pass our deepest condolences to their loved ones. … Continue reading →
A sex workers’ support group has called for an amnesty for prostitutes and clients after three women were found dead and two reported missing. The naked bodies of Gemma Adams, Tania Nicol and a third woman were found near Ipswich … Continue reading →
Prostitutes urge an amnesty with police amid serial killer fears Niki Adams of the English Collective of Prostitutes has asked for a temporary amnesty with the police to allow workers and their clients to come forward Vice girls fearing they … Continue reading →