The Legal Obligations On Uk State Bodies For Decision-Making And Policy Development On Prostitution

The idea for this document arrived after attending the 10th Anniversary event of EVAW (End Violence Against Women Coalition). The necessary funding was gifted by the Women's Movement. Women gave what they could to support the writing of this legal briefing. Women who have exited the sex industry; academics; activists and those who simply recognise that the sex trade has nothing to do with liberation, and everything to do with sexual objectification and exploitation.
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In Sisterhood and Solidarity,
FiLiA Team