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 […]
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A play based on a rape trial which made legal history. “Challenging . . . uncompromising, everything theatre should be.” Tribune 2015 Venue: Clean Break, 2 Patshull Rd, Kentish Town, London NW5 2LB 1 – 14 November 2019 (except Sundays) 7.30pm, running time 75 minutes Q&A after shows on 1st, 8th & 12th November from 9-9.30pm, featuring […]
Launch of new research: “What’s a Nice Girl Like You Doing in a Job like This – a comparison between sex work and other jobs commonly done by women.” by the English Collective of Prostitutes. Hosted by Dawn Butler MP Tuesday 5 February 2019, 6-8pm Committee Room 5, Houses of Parliament All welcome. Speakers: Niki Adams (ECP) & Sophia […]
Dear Friends, Please join us on International Women’s Day 8 March at this event. We have worked with hundreds of mothers over many years who face not only criminalisation but having their children removed when they go into sex work.
Event: US PROS on the successful struggle to win an amnesty from arrest and prosecution for victims of violence
Wednesday 24 January 7-8:30pm Crossroads Women’s Centre, 25 Wolsey Mews, London, NW5 2DX Rachel West is in London from San Francisco and will report on a recent victory for sex workers there. US PROStitutes Collective, working with other sex worker groups, was instrumental in winning an amnesty from arrest and prosecution for sex workers […]
Dear Friends, We invite you to this important memorial on Sunday to remember the five sex workers killed in East London in 1888 (details below). The killer so called “Jack the Ripper” has made headlines, sold merchandise and had museums opened in his name. This tour rectifies that injustice and remembers the women. The tour […]