‘Undeserving victims?’ – Webinar Launch of Report on Migrant Sex Workers Victim of Crime in Europe

The International Committee on the Rights of Sex Workers in Europe (ICRSE) launched its latest report on migrant sex workers’ access to justice in Europe on 28 October 2020. This 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 panel featured testimonies of migrant sex worker victims of crime, exploitation and trafficking as well as representatives from diverse European civil society organisation and European institutions:

– Antonella Lerca, Sex Work Call, Romania;
– Kadri Soova, Platform for International Cooperation on Undocumented Migrants;
– Luca Stevenson, ICRSE;
– Kate McGrew, Sex Workers Alliance Ireland;
– Marisa Matias, MEP, GUE/NL;
– Posha, Paloma, France;
– Sophie In ‘t Veld, MEP, Renew.

Link to the report:

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