Walking Tour with Julie Bates AO: Shine a Light -Sat. 19 January 2019 @ 4:00 pm – 5:30 pm AEDT–20 Oxford SquareDarlinghurst Sydney, NSW 2010 Australia
220 South Rd
Mile End SA 5031
2pm – 5pm
10 Inkerman St Home
Café le Rond Point, 3212 rue
Super Wonder Gallery – 584 College Street
Dinner, drinks, entertainment, and dancing
More information here
Bastian Square: 575 Yates St
City Hall: 1 Centennial Square
Press conference for journalists on current topics and statistics in sex business
A symbolic March with red umbrellas
A pious act for a dead sexual worker, educational happening, free HIV rapid testing
The Democratic Republic of the Congo
Memorial Walk on December 17th, 2018
This warm walk will start from KATANGA towards MULONGWE and returns to MALINDE the place that will take the ceremony of the event where all the speeches, testimonies, the different games, and dances will be presented denouncing the abuses, and violence.
19 Rue des Capucins, 69001 Lyon, France
Press conference at 15 h march to the city hall 16h30 protest in front of the city 17h free drink at the center Lgbt 18 h
James Town Lighthouse
Community Empowerment Workshop
Rights-based health access and health services and anti-discrimination against sex workers.
Aids Conference 2018 in Amsterdam
Julianna Brown of Coyote RI, presenting her poster project on HIV and the sexual health of sex workers, to address stigma, at Aids Conference 2018
‘End Demand’ Laws No Help for Sex Workers’ Access to Care- July 26th, 2018
There was an action protesting SESTA and FOSTA during Bill Clintons. After the action at Bill Clinton’s speech the conference gave sex workers two minutes to make demands during the closing ceremony, Video
Welcome to the Next Deadly AIDS Pandemic- July 25th, 2018
Webinar (Online Training): Supporting the Human Rights of Migrant Sex Workers: Legal Training for Service Providers on January 19, 2018 (12:00-1:00)
#IDEVASW #D17 #SexWorkers
SYDNEY, NSW AUSTRALIA
INTERNATIONAL DAY TO END VIOLENCE AGAINST SEX WORKERS and INTERNATIONAL MIGRANTS DAY
Sex Workers Outreach Project (SWOP) will join NSW sex workers in commemorating two
key days of importance to our communities with a morning tea, candle lighting
ceremony and forum.
When: Monday, December 18th, 2017
Location: SWOP Building, Room 3.07, Level 3, 414 Elizabeth Street, Surry Hills NSW
Free community event – light refreshments provided.
Contact: SWOP at firstname.lastname@example.org
(02) 9206 2166
CALGARY, AB : Blogs to mark Dec 17th. One will be a Q & A with our Calgary police “anti-exploitation” unit, and hopefully another from our advisory committee/clients. It will be published here: http://www.hivcl.org/blog/ and on our social media.
December 17th, 12pm-1:30pm
Please come join Iskweu Project for a gathering at Cabot Square for December 17th, the International day to end violence against sex workers.
SVP, venez nous joindre au Square Cabot pour la journée internationale pour mettre fin à la violence contre les travailleuses et travailleur du sexe
December 17th, 3-4:30pm
Maison de Culture Frontenac
On December 17th, International Day to End Violence Against Sex Workers, the Témoigner pour Agir exhibition and Stella, l’amie de Maime present “After C-36: Still Battling to End Violence Against Sex Workers”.
This public event is a rare moment to move beyond divisive debates about sex work and to hear from those directly placed on the front lines of activism for sex workers’ human rights. It will take the form of a panel discussion with Jenn Clamen, Viviane Namaste, and Grace Van Ness followed by a performance by Sasha Van BonBon entitled Selected Monologues from ‘‘Les Demimondes’’ and ‘‘Neon Nightz’’.
This lecture will be given in English with translation in French and in LSQ.
December 17th, 1-2pm
Canadian Tribute to Human Rights, Elgin Street
Please join us to remember sex workers we’ve lost to violence and renew our commitment to ending violence against sex workers. Guest speakers TBD
SAULT STE MARIE, ON
We will meet at the Court House at 2:30pm on Sunday December 17th, 2017. We will have a small community discussion in regards to ending the violence against Sex Workers, full decriminalization of Sex Work, and Sex Workers Rights. Bring open minds and warm hearts. After the gathering, we can walk down to the Gore Street Cafe for some warm coffee ️ & treats.
Please bring signs, red umbrellas, and your voice ️ (but not a must).
December 17th, 2:30pm-4pm
International Day to End Violence Against Sex Workers
Témoigner pour Agir and Stella l’amie de Maimie present:
After C-36: Still Battling to End Violence Against Sex Workers
Sunday, December 17th, 2017 from 3:00 to 4:30 p.m.
PANEL DISCUSSION & PERFORMANCE
Maison de la Culture Frontenac Salle de spectacle
This public conference serves as a rare moment to move beyond divisive debates about sex work and to hear from those directly placed on the front lines of activism for sex worker’s human rights. A panel discussion with Jenn Clamen, Viviane Namaste, and Grace Van Ness will be followed by a performance by Sasha Van Bon Bon entitled Selected Monologues from Les Demimondes and Neon Nightz.
This panel is part of a series of public discussions for Témoigner pour Agir, a project that brings together experts from the arts, community, and university milieus.
Get to know the expo:
December 17th, 2:00 to 2:45 p.m.
Guided tour of the exhibition, with time for discussion about the messages of the exhibited works.
Maison de la culture Frontenac, Studio 1 RSVP the tour at temoignerpoura
RSVP la visite
Happy International Whores Day! June 2st 2017
A public service announcement in honor of International Sex Worker Rights Day!