Migrant Sex Workers Fight Police Illegality & Racism

Women who move country in the hope of a better life, often find that they are kept out of a lot of jobs by sexism, racism and low wages and that prostitution becomes one of the few ways to survive. Many are mothers supporting families.

Migrant sex workers in the UK are increasingly being targeted by police for arrests, raids and deportations and this has got worse since the Brexit vote.

The English Collective of Prostitutes has been fighting these injustices and some of the women’s stories and struggles over the last decade are featured here..

Sex Workers Rights Against Deportation

Sex Workers’ Rights Against Deportation

Migrant sex workers are targeted for arrest and deportation by the police. The information in our new rights sheet is based on the experience of women in the ECP’s network – both what women have suffered and the ways they have found to defend themselves.It relates primarily to EU migrants or others with immigration status in the UK. If you don’t have status you have the right to apply to stay in the UK under the Refugee Convention or on human rights grounds.

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