A renowned investigative journalist, Julie Bindel has written extensively on a range of topics on the issue of male violence against women and girls, including religious fundamentalism, the international surrogacy trade, the global sex trade, trafficking, domestic homicide, and unsolved murders. She writes regularly for The Guardian, the Independent, New Statesman, Standpoint Magazine, and Truthdig, and frequently appears on the BBC and Sky News. Julie was Visiting Journalist at Brunel University, UK (2013 - 2014) and is currently on the Advisory Board of Byline.com

Julie Bindel's new book is The Pimping of Prostitution: Abolishing the Sex Work Myth (Palgrave McMillan, September 2017) which is a detailed examination of the global sex trade and the growth of the feminist abolitionist movement. 

Julie will be involved in the following FiLiA session:
Sexual Exploitation: where Misogyny and Racism meet              (Saturday Afternoon)


New Statesman Article: The myth of sex work is distorting the voices of the exploited women

Book Launch The Pimping of Prostitution