Migrant sex workers speak out: ICRSE release video on issues and demands of migrant sex workers on Interational Women's Day
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.
All the speeches were recorded at the seminar 'Surveilled, Exploited, Deported: Rights Violations against Migrant Sex Workers in Europe and Central Asia', organised by ICRSE on the 16th of November 2016, in Brussels, Belgium
Read more about the event and download our Intersection Briefing Paper on the Rights of Migrant Sex Workers: http://www.sexworkeurope.org/news/general-news/resource-surveilled-exploited-deported-rights-violations-against-migrant-sex