It is with profound sadness that members of SCOT-PEP and Umbrella Lane say goodbye to a fierce and influential advocate, Laura Lee. Although many of us remain stunned by the news, we reflect upon Laura's contribution to the direction and growth of the sex workers’ rights movement in Scotland, and to our imaginings of what a world could be like if sex workers enjoyed the same rights as all other workers.
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SCOT-PEP's response to the ILO consultation on violence and harassment in the workplaceread more »
SCOT-PEP, the Sex Worker Open University, and arts organisation Arika are running a festival of sex workers' rights!
SCOT-PEP, the Sex Worker Open University, and arts organisation Arika are running a festival of sex workers' rights in Glasgow in late April!read more »
SCOT-PEP response to UN Women's sex work/sex trade consultation
Dear UN Women,
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GLASGOW: Sex worker-only get together, support, discussion, and know your rightsread more »
Email your candidates: SCOTPEP launches Holyrood election campaigning tool!read more »
SCOT-PEP is devastated by the recent murder of sex worker Jessica McGraa in Aberdeen. Jessica’s death is a stark reminder of the ways in which the prostitution laws in the UK place sex workers at increased risk of violence and abuse.read more »
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