March 8th Protest of Amnesty International

Please join us.

Amnesty International UK are proposing to adopt a policy position which advocates for the decriminalisation of punters and pimps across the world. Further to this, a pimp who held a leadership role in the organisation is claiming that he was the instigator and driver of the policy. Amnesty is currently consulting with members and other groups about the proposed policy. If you would like to take part in the consultation by opposing Amnesty’s support of pimps and punters rights, please come along and show your opposition on March 8th.

The 8th of March is International Women’s Day and Million Women Rise in the UK. We are organising this protest to take place after the Million Women Rise march (and immediately before the after party) at the London Amnesty head office, which is only a 20 minute walk from the MWR after party, so women can protest and then head to the after party afterwards.

Hosted by Abolish Prostitution Now and Radfem UK

Endorsed by: SPACE International, Survivors for Solutions, Edmonton Small Press Association, Julie Bindel, Spinifex PressOrganizing for Women’s Liberation, Feminist Current, The Sisterhood Is Global Institute, Robin Morgan, Melissa Farley and Prostitution Research and Education, Manchester Feminist Network, Ruhama, Geneviève Gilbert-Quach from the  Pink Cross Foundation Australia
(please add your endorsement by messaging us the name of you or your group)