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17 December 2011

2011 will once again see actions and activities taking place all over Europe and internationally to mark 17 December - Day to End Violence Against Sex Workers.

Read more about the history about 17 December. The International Day to End Violence against Sex Workers was conceived in 2003 by US sex worker rights activist Annie Sprinkle and started by the Sex Workers Outreach Project.(SWOP) USA. You will find more information about this and about international events planned for 2011 on their website.

Campaign 2011

We will keep a running list of events from across Europe as we hear of them.

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Thursday, December 15, 2011 - 13:49
Bliss without Risk (ROZKOŠ bez RIZIKA)·in action for 17 December 2011: Come with us to march for the rights of sex workers who have been killed.·RR is again connected to the global commemoration of sex workers killed through violence on the 17th of December with a march through the city with the symbols of this day - red umbrellas.
Thursday, December 15, 2011 - 13:30
Sex Worker organsiation STAR of Macedonia is once again organising for 17 December 2011. This year they will hold a Red Umbrella March  and a "Roaring twenties" party.
Thursday, December 15, 2011 - 13:04
CATS Spain plans events for 17 December 2011: 17 de diciembre: DIA INTERNACIONAL POR LA ERRADICACIÓN DE LA VIOLENCIA CONTRA LAS TRABAJADORAS DEL SEXO 14 de diciembre, miércoles:Proyección de la película "Princesas", de Fernando León de AranoaCafé Ficciones (c/Fuensanta, 5) 19,30 horas
Wednesday, December 7, 2011 - 12:54
Join us on the 15th of December 2011 for a candle light vigil in Soho, London to remember our friends and colleagues who were victims of violence. We will start at Picadilly Circus, Eros statue at 6pm and walk in Soho towards Trade Union Councils (TUC ) Congress House, Great Russell Street, WC1.

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