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December 2018 - December 2019 (Simplified) Year In Review (YIR). "We, as one global community renew our commitment to solidarity on December 17,” said Melanie Dante, one of the organizers at the Philadelphia events [last] year. "December 17 Events aim to raise outrage at violence against sex workers and strengthen sex worker communities and responses to the systematic, daily violence and exclusion sex workers experience.”
The SESTA/FOSTA Examination of Secondary Effects for Sex Workers Study Act (aka the "SAFE SEX Workers Study Act") received praise today from the Erotic Service Providers Legal Education and Research Project (ESPLER) XBIZ Drew Fox Dec 20, 2019
Defense Lawyers Understand the Harms of Criminalization. November 20-22: DSW attended the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers’ (NACDL’s) 2019 Defending Sex Crimes Seminar, an annual event that brings together defense attorneys and criminal justice reform advocates. NACDL is an opportunity for experts to exchange knowledge around protecting the rights of defendants and promoting a more equitable justice process.DSW’s Kaytlin Bailey and Melissa Broudo (left to right) on the first day of the conference.
Named one of the top 30 most influential social workers alive, Dr. Celia Williamson has over 25 years of anti-human trafficking practice, research, and teaching. Get in touch with Dr. Williamson to see how she can support you in turning your anti-trafficking advocacy into action.
December 17 is International Day to End Violence Against Sex Workers, a day of both solemn remembrance and activism. The commemoration began in 2004 when the founders of the Sex Workers Outreach Project and sex educator, artist and activist Annie Sprinkle joined forces to remember the victims of the Green River Killer