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.
SEX WORKERS NEED SAFETY AND RIGHTS, NOT CRIMINALISATION Demonstration Against the Policing and Crime Bill 12-2pm, Tuesday 3 November, Parliament Square Bring placards and red umbrellas and join the demonstration to demand: an end to the criminalisation of sex work safety … Continue reading →
By the English Collective of Prostitutes Co-ordinators of the SAFETY FIRST COALITION House of Lords, second reading Wednesday 3 June. Using flawed trafficking statistics as justification, the measures target anyone involved in prostitution whether or not there is force or coercion. … Continue reading →
Policing and Crime Bill Second Reading, House of Lords, 3 June 2009 Moved By Lord West of Spithead Baroness Miller of Chilthorne Domer: (Lib Dem) The Bill is the 66th criminal justice Bill since 1997. Between them, they have created 3,600 new criminal … Continue reading →
MODEL LETTER TO SEND TO PEERS (emails below) [YOUR NAME AND ADDRESS] Dear [see list of Peers below.] I strongly oppose clauses on prostitution in the Policing and Crime Bill 2009 which would: make it easier for the police to arrest women … Continue reading →
Stop the criminalisation of sex workers Oppose the Policing and Crime Bill Dear Friends, Clauses in the Policing and Crime Bill are due to be debated at the end of October. We’ll keep you informed as we find out details. … Continue reading →
Clauses 14, 16, 17 & 21 of Policing and Crime Bill Forget the propaganda and hear the evidence on rape, trafficking and prostitution 6-7pm Monday 2 November Committee Room 3A House of Lords Enter through St Stephen’s entrance The day before … Continue reading →