Join Us on International Day to End Violence Against Sex Workers
In the spirit of remembrance and healing, the Sex Workers Outreach Project invites sex workers, allies and advocates from around the world to join us in recognizing December 17, the International Day to End Violence against Sex Workers.
Day to End Violence Against Sex Workers was first recognized in 2003 as a memorial and vigil for the victims of the Green River Killer in Seattle Washington. Since 2003, Day to End Violence Against Sex Workers has empowered people from cities around the world to come together and organize against discrimination and remember victims of violence.
This year, over 162 sex workers were murdered in the around the world. We invite you to join in raising awareness about violence against sex workers.
Nationally and Locally, Sex Workers Outreach Project works to share accurate information, promote evidence-based policies, dispel myths, and promote media justice for sex workers.
SWOP is a National Social Justice Network supporting the Human Rights of people involved in the Sex Trade!