On 28th October 2020, ICRSE organised an online event to launch its latest report on access to justice for migrant sex workers in Europe.
The report - developed by ICRSE with partners in 10 countries - highlights some of the key obstacles faced by sex workers in reporting crime and accessing justice.
The key findings of the report were presented by Luca Stevenson, ICRSE Coordinator and Kate McGrew, ICRSE Co-Convenor from Sex Workers Alliance Ireland (click here for their presentation). The panel also featured testimonies of migrant sex worker victims of crime, exploitation and trafficking (click here for the video of Posha, representing PALOMA, France and here for the presentation of Antonella, Sex Work Call, Romania), as well as statements of support from ally civil society organisations and Members of European Parliament.
You can see our full presentation here.
Click on the cover below to access the full report.
THIS REPORT IS AVAILABLE IN 6 LANGUAGES:
Full report in French. For the summary, click here.
Full report in Greek. For the summary, click here.
Full report in Hungarian. For the summary, click here.
Full report in Italian. For the summary, click here.
Full report in Portuguese. For the summary, click here.