About The International Committee on the Rights of Sex Workers in Europe (ICRSE)
The ICRSE was established in 2004 and is registered in the Netherlands.
The ICRSE aims to promote the human and civil rights of female, male and transgender sex workers in Europe and raise awareness about the social exclusion of sex workers at national, regional and global levels and to create strong alliances between sex workers, allies and other civil society organisations.
The ICRSE network includes individual sex workers, sex workers' organisations, sex work projects and individual and organisational allies from the human rights, trade union and migrants' rights movements and is open to all civil society.
ICRSE network members
- recognise sex work as a means of generating income and work
- oppose the criminalisation of sex work - particularly sex workers and their clients
- support the self-organising and self-determination of sex workers
The ICRSE maintains strong links with existing sub-regional, regional and global networks, supports the development of nascent groups and networks of sex workers and provides a platform for the voices of sex workers in Europe to be heard in local, regional and global policy debates.
P.O. Box 51319
Tel: +31 20 693 1300