Julie Bindel, author of The Pimping of Prostitution, will outline the key themes of her book and share details of her extraordinary journey travelling the world to uncover the truth about the sex trade.
Julie will be joined in a panel discussion with sex trade survivors from the UK, Australia and USA/Canada who will be sharing their personal knowledge and experience about the sex trade.
The speakers will be discussing the most effective methods to abolish the system of prostitution.
Panel will include: Sex trade survivors Bridget Perrier, Indigenous Canadian abolitionist; Sabrinna Valisce, former 'sex worker's rights' campaigner, from Australia/New Zealand; and Ne'Cole Daniels, Founder of Survivors on the Move. Chaired by the broadcaster and cultural commentator Samira Ahmed.
The cost of this event is £5 (which will pay towards the venue and refreshments) if purchased by 31st August, or £7.50 thereafter. Wine, soft drinks and snacks are included in the cost of your ticket. The book will be available to purchase at the event.
All welcome, but please note that this event is NOT a debate about whether or not prostitution is harmful. Whatever your view, please be respectful of the speakers. If you heckle or attempt to disrupt the event you will be asked to leave.
Wed 11 October 2017: 18:30 – 21:00 BST
25 Red Lion Square