Press clippings and articles reporting on the European Conference on Sex Work, Human Rights, Labour and Migration, Brussels, Belgium 2005.PRes
Mittwoch, September 27, 2006 - 22:12
Les filles de joie dans la rue (18/10/2005) Une petite centaine de prostituées ont revendiqué leur droit à un statut légal hier à Bruxelles
Donnerstag, September 21, 2006 - 22:12
Camille Cabral knew what she was doing when she posed for a Press Association photographer at the European Parliament in Brussels, Belgium, last October. Dr. Cabral, an academic and commercial sex worker, wore a liberal application of makeup, a sticker reading "Sluts Unite!" across the skin of her right breast, and the starry flag of the European Union... Read Continental Drift
Mittwoch, September 20, 2006 - 22:12
Originally published in $PREAD Magazine Volume 1, issue 4
Dienstag, August 29, 2006 - 22:12
European Conference on Sex Work, Human Rights, Labour and Migration 2005 Originally published in Research 4 Sex Work issue 9 “I found it a must for all people working on trafficking. We only see one side of the picture and spend half our time also having to do business with the abolitionists. It was therefore a real education and the lessons learnt are already being put to good use!” (Poland)
Sonntag, August 27, 2006 - 22:12
Conference report: The International Committee on the Rights of Sex Workers in Europe organised a conference on Sex Work, Human Rights, Labour and Migration in Brussels from 15-17 October.
Freitag, August 25, 2006 - 22:12
Originally published in The Erotic Review Issue 71 - Love For Sale, 2005, 'Sex Workers Stand Up For Their Rights' pages 33-41 (excerpted) The European Conference On Sex Work, Human Rights, Labour & Migration marked an historic step in the battle for the recognition of sex worker rights. Ruth Frost was there.
Montag, Juli 31, 2006 - 19:26
You may not know it, but there’s a world-wide war on whores. And George W. Bush is leading the forces, just like he is in Iraq, where the death toll mounts daily. All over the world, he has tied United States financial support to his agenda of making prostitution a crime, with willing sex workers and the clients criminals.