Abolish Prostitution Now
Includes statement by prostitution survivors
Coalition Against Trafficking in Women (CATW)
Resources and campaigns on prostitution and trafficking
End Demand UK
Campaign calling on the UK government to end demand for sex trafficking and exploitation through prostitution by adopting the Sex Buyer Law.
Identifies the demand to buy sex as the driving force behind prostitution and trafficking
European Women’s Lobby – together for a Europe free from prostitution
Campaign resources and information on ‘The Brussel’s Call’
Prostitution Research and Education
Research and resources on prostitution and trafficking
Turn off the Red Light. End Prostitution and Trafficking in Ireland
Campaign to criminalise the purchase of sex.
EVE – (formerly exploited voices now educating)
This survivor led non-profit organisation aims to highlight prostitution as violence against women and calls for its abolition.
A campaign aiming to provide education and resources to stop all forms of sexual violence, sexual exploitation and sexual denigration of women and children in New Zealand.
End Prostitution Now
Nordic Model Advocates
Scottish Coalition Against Sexual Exploitation
Project using words used by men to ‘review’ their experiences with women in prostitution.
Warning includes sexual content and women hating language.
Asian Women Coalition Ending Prostitution
Based in Canada and working to end prostitution.
Prostitution cannot be squared with Human Rights or the equality of women, Dianne Post, 2013 www.cato-unbound.org/2013/12/06/dianne-post/prostitution-cannot-be-squared-human-rights-or-equality-women
Prostitution and Trafficking in nine countries: update on violence and posttraumatic stress
Journal of Trauma Practice 2 (3 / 4): 33- 74. 2003
Elected Member Briefing Note on Commercial Sexual Exploitation, Improvement Service, Scotland, 2010
The effects of the Swedish ban on the purchase of sexual services. March 8 Initiative, 2012
Report on sexual exploitation and prostitution and its impact on gender equality from the Committee on Women’s Rights and Gender Equality European Parliament. http://www.europarl.europa.eu/sides/getDoc.do?pubRef=-//EP//TEXT+REPORT+A7-2014-0071+0+DOC+XML+V0//EN