Ain't I a Woman? A Global Dialogue between the Sex Workers’ Rights movement and the Stop Violence Against Women Movement

This is a resource written by Bishakha Datta and sponsored by CASAM and CREA. The report documents a meeting entitled "Ain't I A Woman? A Global Dialogue between the Sex Workers Rights Movement and the Stop Violence against Women Movement" from 12-14 March 2009 in Bangkok, Thailand. 

The report features the presentations from many great speakers including , Ruth Morgan Thomas, Anna-Louise Crago, Kaythi Win, Hua Sittipham Boonyapisomparn, Swapna Gayen and Meenakshi Kamble,Cheryl Overs and  Meena Seshu

CREA's Count Me In conference website is now up and running

The Count Me In! conference will take place from April 16 - 18, 2011 in Kathmandu, Nepal. It is part of CREA's Count Me In! initiative that demonstrates their commitment to addressing the marginalisation and exclusion of sex workers, lesbians, single and disabled women, and trans people. Count Me In! will bring together sex workers, lesbians, single, young, HIV-positive, disabled women, and trans people from India, Pakistan, Nepal, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka, to discuss violence against women and strategies of resistance.

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