We invite you to the launch of the first in a series of Briefing Papers dedicated to analysing the impact of racism on different aspects of sex workers' lives in Europe.
In this first paper, we focus on assessing the racist and colonial origins that underpin current anti-immigration, anti-sex work and anti-trafficking laws.
The online presentation will take place on Wednesday 13 April at 5pm (CET).
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Exploring the impact of structural racism on racialised sex workers and migration backgrounds.
Dinah Bons, Trans United Europe/ European Sex Workers’ Rights Alliance
Juliana Wahlgren, European Network Against Racism
Sarah Chander, Equinox - Racial Justice Initiative
Policing and criminalisation: impact on racialised and migrant sex workers.
Raven Bowen, National Ugly Mugs, UK
Cameron Kakande, Co-founder of Men Of The Night Uganda
Lilana Keith, Platform for International Cooperation on Undocumented Migrants
Chair: Sabrina Sanchez
Racialised sex workers’ self-organising and recommendations.
Antonella Lerca, TGEU Board Member
Sabrina Sanchez, ESWA
Chair: Alejandra Ortíz
We look forward to seeing you there - don't forget to register in advance!