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Participation

Contribute to the ICRSE Website Content

Send in any information about the work you are doing to promote the human, labour and migrants rights of sex workers in your country. Send it in in your language or email us to see if it is possible to get it translated, maybe we can help. Share news of legal or political developments, police actions, demonstrations and actions against repression, creative strategies, celebrations and achievements. Members of the ICRSE network can also login and submit content via our website!

Spread the Word

A network is built on sharing knowledge and making connections. If you know of sex workers, sex work organizations or other supporters who are living, working or based in Europe and who may want to get involved in the ICRSE Network please let them know they can register through our website. For information about the criteria for becoming a members of the ICRSE or If you have any questions about this you can always contact us.

Print, post, share these important documents with sex workers and allies: The Declaration on the Rights of Sex Workers in Europe and the Sex Workers in Europe Manifesto. Print and post the Recommendations on your fridge, office door or anywhere else people will see them.

Inform Yourself

Visit our resource library for resources about sex work. We also have a video library where short media videos made by sex workers are available to view. The document and video library are both a growing project we will be posting more documents as we build the content on our website.

Give Something

Would you like to make a financial donation to our organisation? The conference is now part of sex work activism history but that does not mean that the work is done. The main focus of the ICRSE is to strengthen our network in order to impact policy decision making at the regional level and to support our members in their actions at the national and local level. This includes the ongoing development of our communications capabilities. empowerment activities, and translation support for effective information sharing and participation. If you feel as strongly about the promotion of the rights of sex workers as the ICRSE does and if you would like to make a financial donation, this can be done by transferring funds to the ICRSE bank account in the Netherlands (We are listed as a charitable organisation):

Name of organisation The International Committee on the Rights of Sex Workers in Europe (ICRSE)
Address P.O. Box 51319, 1007 EH Amsterdam, the Netherlands
Bank ABN-AMRO
Account 45.86.02.086 t.n.v.Stichting ICRSE
IBAN NL82ABNA0458602086
Swift Number (BIC) ABNANL2A


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