The English Collective of Prostitutes gives help and advice to sex workers fighting criminal charges, civil orders, and in trying to get justice against violence. The criminalisation of sex work makes it harder for sex workers to work safely by forcing us to work in isolation. Frequently women come to the ECP complaining that the police refused to investigate an attack they reported and instead threatened them with prosecution for prostitution offences.
If you need help please see our rights sheet here and get in touch.
See below for examples of some of our cases and legal victories: