See the report of the launch event here
Crossroads Women’s Centre 25 Wolsey Mews, Kentish Town, NW5 2DX.
7pm – 9pm Exhibition opens 6pm and will run for two weeks.
“Looking in, Looking Out” Photo exhibition by Vera Rodriquez.
Using colour, light and perspective to stunning effect this exhibition showcases journalist and photographer, Vera Rodriguez’s images of Belgium’s red-light district taken from the peep show where she was working. It is accompanied by an audio installation of sex workers’ voices from various levels of the sex industry.
Launch of KNOW YOUR RIGHTS: An A-Z for sex workers
As cuts in welfare, housing and other survival resources force more women and young people into prostitution, arrests, prosecutions and convictions are soaring. This timely guide to the prostitution laws aims to ensure that sex workers are better able to protect themselves from violence and criminalisation, and that families, supporters and the public generally are better informed about the unjust laws that are passed in their name.
Contributions on sex workers’ rights from US PROStitutes Collective and other international guests from Guyana, Haiti, India, Ireland
Delicious low-cost vegetarian food
Organised by: English Collective of Prostitutes,
Supported by: Black Women’s Rape Action Project, GMB Sex Workers branch, Legal Action for Women, Safety First, Sex Workers Open University, Single Mothers’ Self-Defence, QueerStrike, Women Against Rape