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 the final debate on the prostitution clauses in the PCB, please join us in a discussion of the evidence. Whatever your views on the sex industry, women’s safety must be the priority. Trafficking cannot be stopped by driving prostitution further underground.
Dr Nick Mai – Author of ‘Migrant Workers in the UK Sex Industry’, the latest research on trafficking and prostitution, Institute for the Study of European Transformations (ISET), London Metropolitan University.
Royal College of Nursing – Why 93% of its nurses voted to decriminalise prostitution.
Women Against Rape – Will the PCB make women safer? Is there a distinction between rape/trafficking and prostitution?
English Collective of Prostitutes – the US criminalises both clients and sex workers while New Zealand has decriminalised prostitution. Which is safer?
Contact: English Collective of Prostitutes & Safety First Coalition. Others contributing: lawyers, people from the church, anti-poverty campaigners, drug reformers . . .
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Tel: 020 7482 2496