Sex Workers Hold Vigil Following The Murder Of Two Prostitutes

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Sex Workers Hold Vigil Following The Murder Of Two Prostitutes DEC 2014 Thursday 18TH posted by Joana Ramiro in Britain Morning Star    SEX workers held a candle-lit march through London yesterday to remember fellow workers who have been victims of violence. Members of … Continue reading

Sex workers protest violence in London, APF

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Sex workers protest violence in London December 17, 2014 7:26 PM A protester holds a placard during a candle-lit vigil to mark the international day to end violence against sex workers, organised by the English Collective of Prostitutes, in London, … Continue reading

Press coverage, Soho march to End Violence Against Sex Workers

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I Marched Through Soho Last Night In Support of Britain’s Sex Workers   December 18, 2014 by Frankie Mullin, Photos: Jake Lewis Last night, I joined a march through Soho in support of sex workers. It’s an area of London that – … Continue reading

Why the next general election will be pivotal for sex worker rights, Margaret Corvid

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In the lead-up to the general election, we have the chance to move the debate forwards, towards the full decriminalisation of sex work. BY MARGARET CORVID PUBLISHED 2 DECEMBER, 2014 – 16:5 New Statesman  The Houses of Parliament. Photo: Adrian Dennis/AFP/Getty Images When … Continue reading

Oppose N. Ireland Bill to criminalise clients

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Pushing prostitution further underground will not abolish it nor help sex workers, It will endanger sex workers’ lives and livelihoods.  Consenting sex is not a crime. Criminalising clients will not stop prostitution; it will push it further underground, making it … Continue reading

Letter in The Guardian – The trouble with criminalising sex workers’ clients

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Letters The Guardian, Friday 25 April 2014 21.00 BST A sex worker talking to a driver. Photograph: Lewis Whyld/PA Wire The all-party parliamentary group that recommended the criminalisation of sex workers’ clients, which is cited as backing for Caroline Spelman‘s views (Outlaw … Continue reading