Justice for Agnes Wanjiru demonstration – 12pm on Friday 17th December 2021, Whitehall Gardens, Victoria Embankment Please share widely within your networks – feel free to use the graphic below. 17th December is the International Day to End Violence Against Sex Workers (IDEVASW), a day in which we honour and mourn sex workers who have […]
Migrant sex workers organise against police racism, deportations and destitution (English Collective of Prostitutes and the All African Women’s Group): Migrant sex workers are spearheading struggles against police racism and deportation. Hear about collective self-help campaigns to win safety, status and financial support. Saturday 18 September 2021, 5-6pm FREE event.
https://youtu.be/pGL6jbo4XdUOpenDemocracy live discussion. 19 August 2021.It’s time for anti-trafficking activists to stop being silent on sex workers’ rights.Hear from a panel of anti-trafficking leaders and migrant sex worker activists as they discuss why the trafficking sector is letting down sex workers and how to do things differently.Speakers:Joanna Ewart-James Executive director, Freedom UnitedJean Bruggeman Executive director, Freedom Network […]
Launch of new report: EU-Migrant Sex Work in the UK Post-Referendum Webinar: Thursday 20 May, 6-7.30pm Hosted by English Collective of Prostitutes and Dr. Laura Connelly. Speakers: Dr. Laura Connelly on the findings of her pathbreaking new research on the impact of the Brexit vote on EU migrant sex workers; sex workers from the EU on […]
WATCH HERE. Watch more videos on iai.tv No bad women The case for the decriminalisation of sex work 3rd May 2021 There are no bad women, just bad laws. The English Collective of Prostitute’s Cari Mitchell argues for the decriminalisation of sex work, and explores the powerful role that outdated laws play in fostering a culture of […]
No Bad Women, Just Bad Laws. International Day to End Violence Against Sex Workers17 December 2020, 5pm GMT Women from Hull and Mayfair on their similar struggles against poverty, violence and criminalisation. An Untold Story – Voices, a collective of women with experience of street sex work speaking on their determined struggle to […]
Police raids, arrests and prosecutions have increased since the Covid-19 lockdown despite our call, supported by 1000s of people, for a moratorium.But sex workers have been fighting back and winning – getting charges dropped, winning settled status as migrants, challenging cautions, stopping stalkers, evictions and vigilante attacks. We’ve got police to act to protect women […]
Dear friends, please join us for these two events on Sunday 8 March, International Women’s Day: 12-5pm Open Day with Global Women’s Strike and other organisations at the Crossroads Women’s Centre. Workshops, films, exhibition, music, refreshments… Find out about campaigns and volunteering for survival and caring, against poverty, rape, racism and every violence and discrimination, detention […]
Facebook event link here.