May Day - Labour rights for sex workers!
On International Worker's Day, celebrated on the 1st of May in many countries, sex workers are marching with other workers for the recognition of sex work, for safer working conditions, for the repeal of laws that criminalise and endager us, for the inclusion of sex workers in trade unions and other workers' organisations, and for meaningful participation of sex workers at every step of policy-making processes that concern us.
ICRSE Recommendations from the Brussels 2005 Conference:
"SEX WORK IS WORK
Sex work is work and a profession, sex workers are workers and must be recognized as such. We demand the protection of our labour, social and human rights on an equal footing with other workers, especially social rights such as access to social security, health care and minimum wages."
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Sex Workers United! Will Never Be Defeated!