Hoy ICRSE convoca un acto de protesta ante la embajada sueca en Londres.
VIOLENCE AGAINST SEX WORKERS MUST STOP.
Turkey and Sweden were, this week, the stage of violent murders of sex workers - but the violence is constant and Three sex workers were murdered in Italy since beginning of the year. In France, Kassandra and Karima were murdered and committed suicide.
We are calling all our friends and families, to protest against systemic transphobic murders and violence in Turkey and worldwide. Dora, trans sex worker was killed this week; Ela, another trans sex worker in turkey got shot; her arm unlikely to function again. Dora is the 31st transgender victims of violent and deadly attack since 2008 in Turkey.
We are calling all our friends and families to protest the Swedish model that took away the children of Jasmine and gave the custody to her violent ex-husband who finally murdered her. Social workers and the Swedish state refused to listen to Jasmine. Why listening to a sex worker who don't know what is good for her? That criminal system cost Jasmine her life.
In every country in Europe and around the world, sex workers are being murdered because our lives are seen are less worthy than others. We are not full citizens and this state discrimination justify the stigma and violence we suffer. It is time to say NO to all violence against sex workers! NO to silencing our voices, NO to taking away our children! NO to attacks, rape and murders!!
Protests will happen in many countries around the world on Friday the 19th of July at 3 pm. We encourage ICRSE members and all organisations and individuals to set up demonstration, protests, actions in front of Turkish, Swedish, Italian embassies, demos between them or in front of other symbolic places.
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Una protesta contra la violencia transfóbica y homofóbica en Kusadasi, Turquía, este viernes, en memoria de Dora Oezer, una trabajadora sexual trans de 24 años asesinada a comienzos de la semana pasada. (Foto por AP Photo/Vadim Ghirda)