Sunday, July 2, 2017 - 13:42
On Saturday 17th of June, members and supporters of Red Edition, the migrant sex workers' rights organisation and ICRSE member, joined the Pride Parade in Vienna. Sex workers' participation in the pride under Red Edition's umbrellas was crucial in enhancing the visibilities of sex workers within LGBTQ+ communities.
Thursday, June 29, 2017 - 12:15
From 1st to 3rd June, 150 sex workers from all over France and neighbouring countries gathered to shares tools and experiences, debate, participate in workshops and exchanges. The event was organised by STRASS, the French sex workers’ trade union and ICRSE member, and took place in the “Théatre de l’Oeuvre”.
Thursday, June 22, 2017 - 11:18
[EN] On the 15th March 2017, a conference was organized focusing on the social and legal status of sex workers. This was planned by Espace P in collaboration with UTSOPI, sex worker led organisation and ICRSE member in Belgium, the trade unions CGSLB (General Council of Liberal Trade Unions in Belgium) and FGTB (General Federation of Work in Belgium), as well as magistrates and legal
Germany: SEX WORKERS' RIGHTS DAY: ICRSE LAUNCHES BRIEFING PAPER ON GERMANY’s NEW “PROSTITUTES PROTECTION ACT”
Wednesday, May 31, 2017 - 16:28
[DEUTSCH UNTEN]To mark the International Sex Workers’ Day, celebrated each year on June 2nd to commemorate the occupation of the Saint-Nizier Church in Lyon, France, by 100 sex workers in 1975, ICRSE launches a briefing paper titled “Professed Protection, Pointless Provisions – Overview of the German Prostitutes Protection Act (Prostituiertenschutzgesetz – ProstSchG)”.
Wednesday, May 24, 2017 - 10:22
Sex workers in France are organising protests, press confernece and sex workers gathering to protest and organise against the laws that criminalise their work. On Saturday 8th April, 500 sex workers led by ICRSE member STRASS marched in Paris to protest against the one year anniversary of the law criminalising clients.
RESOURCE: vigiladas. explotadas. deportadas. violaciones a los derechos de las trabajadoras sexuales migrantes en europa y asia central
Wednesday, May 17, 2017 - 11:22
El jueves 16 de noviembre de 2016, ICRSE presentó la versión en inglés de su tercer Documento Informativo Interseccional 'Vigiladas. Explotadas. Deportadas. Violaciones a los derechos de las trabajadoras sexuales migrantes en Europa y Asia Central', acompañado de un Documento sobre Políticas y Recomendaciones acerca de los derechos de l*s trabajador*s sexuales migrantes.
ICRSE launches new resource 'Understanding sex work as work: a brief guide for labour rights activists'
Monday, May 1, 2017 - 11:07
1st of May is the International Workers’ Day, marked by numerous sex worker organisations all around the world. While exploitative arrangements, unfair workplace practices and bad working conditions are common in sex work, they are neither unique to nor uniform across sex industries. Exploitation and unjust treatment of workers of any profession are prevalent in the majority of labour markets...
ICRSE launches new advocacy video 'United we stand: Introduction to the Sex Worker Implementation Tool' / В единстве сила: введение к 'Инструменту реализации программ секс-работников'
Tuesday, March 21, 2017 - 12:39
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Serbia: New report on the impact of criminalisation of sex work on the rights of sex workers and trafficked persons
Monday, March 13, 2017 - 14:49
ICRSE welcomes a new report exploring the impact of the laws in Serbia that criminalize sex work on the protection of the human rights of both sex workers and trafficked persons.
Migrant sex workers speak out: ICRSE release video on issues and demands of migrant sex workers on International Women's Day
Wednesday, March 8, 2017 - 14:02
Today, on the International Women's Day, ICRSE is publishng a short video highlighting some of the issues and demands of migrant sex workers in our region. Migrant sex workers call for feminist solidarity and speak up against criminalisation, stigma, and violence. Listen to our voices and include them in your campaigning.