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Friday, August 9, 2019 - 19:02
As part of its programme 'Rights not Rescue: Sex Work, Migration, Exploitation and Trafficking', ICRSE is launching a new resource 'Trafficking 101: a community resource for sex workers' rights activists'
Wednesday, May 22, 2019 - 16:45
Between the 29th of April and 1st of May 2019, ICRSE joined Harm Reduction International in Porto, Portugal. The 26th global conference brought together 1,200 people from over 80 countries to debate drug policy, harm reduction and the impact of the war on drugs on people who use drugs and other communities. ICRSE Coordinator Luca Stevenson presented on the intersection of sex work and drug use at...
Friday, April 19, 2019 - 09:55
We are the voices from the margins.  We are the poor, the refugees, the migrants, the sex workers, the disabled, the homeless, the undocumented and the detained. We are womxn, LGBA+, trans, intersex and feminists. We are Roma, Muslims, Jews, Blacks, Arabs, Asian, Indigenous and other racialised persons and groups. From the multiplicity of our lived realities, we raise our joint voices to...
Thursday, April 11, 2019 - 14:43
Europe for Health : 47 organisations call upon the future Members of the European Parliament #EUR4health
Tuesday, April 2, 2019 - 17:30
Le Comité International sur les Droits des Travailleur-ses du Sexe en Europe publie son Rapport Communautaire sur l'Exploitation: Accords de Travail Inéquitables et Conditions de Travail Précaires dans l'Industrie du Sexe.
Friday, March 8, 2019 - 11:10
Today is the International Women's Day, when sex workers join women and gender minorities worldwide in their fight for social justice. Sex worker groups across Europe and Central Asia are important part of the feminist movement, mobilising their communities to stop police repression, state control and violence against sex worker of all genders. However, they are often excluded from women's rights...
Wednesday, February 27, 2019 - 13:13
ICRSE, SWAN and Red Umbrella Athens/Positive Voice, organised a 3-day community mobilisation training between 5-7 February, in Athens.
Monday, December 17, 2018 - 12:39
To mark the International Day to End Violence Against Sex Workers (IDEVASW) observed by the global sex worker movement on 17 December every year, ICRSE is launching an infographic to highlight the trends of policing and detention of sex workers in Europe and Central Asia. The brief document highlights the detrimental effects of sex work criminalisation and accompanying repressive policing.
Tuesday, November 20, 2018 - 12:10
Call for participants In Europe and Central Asia, migrant sex workers are particularly at risk of exploitation and abuse. Criminalisation of sex work and migration create conditions of vulnerabilities for sex workers and impunity for those willing to exploit or abuse them. The conflation of sex work and trafficking also limits sex workers’ capacities to self-organise and access justice and rights...

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