News about the Brussels’ Call

  • Brussels’ Call now available in Portuguese!

    The Portuguese version of the Brussels Call brochure is already available to download! In the context of the project “EXIT – Human Rights of women not to be prostituted” promoted by the Portuguese Platform for Women’s Rights and co-financed by the EEA Grants Active Citizens Fund, managed in Portugal by the Gulbenkian Foundation and Bissaya-Barreto Foundation.
    The brochure was translated by EOS - Association for studies, cooperation and development, and has been widely disseminated among young (...) Read more

  • Call for Applications - Communicators

    Do you care about ending the international issue of sexual exploitation? Do you believe in social justice and hope-based campaigning? Do you get excited creating communication tools to engage the audience to action? If so, we invite you to tender for this visibility campaigning project!
    The European Women’s Lobby (EWL) is the largest umbrella organisation of women’s associations in the European Union, gathering over 2000 women’s associations. The EWL has members in 26 EU Member States, three (...) Read more

  • MEPs call for a Europe free from prostitution and support the Brussels’ Call signed by 200 NGOs

    MEPs call for a Europe free from prostitution and support the Brussels' Call signed by 200 NGOs

    [Brussels, 1 October 2013] Today, Members of the European Parliament (MEPs) gathered for a joint press event in the European Parliament, to express their view that prostitution is an obstacle to equality between women and men and a violation of human rights. Coming from different countries and all major political groups in the European Parliament, 53 MEPs all have signed the Brussels’ Call ‘Together for a Europe free from prostitution’.
    Initiated by the European Women’s Lobby (EWL) and its (...) Read more

  • 200 civil society organisations launch European debate on abolition of prostitution

    [Brussels, 04 December 2012] Today, the European Women’s Lobby (EWL), together with Fondation Scelles and Mouvement du Nid France, held a conference in the European Parliament aiming at assessing 10 years of policies on prostitution in Sweden and the Netherlands. On this occasion, around 200 women’s rights NGOs, coming from 25 Member States and four other countries, unveiled their Brussels’ Call “Together for a Europe free from prostitution”.
    Together with a dozen MEPs representing all (...) Read more

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EWL event "Progress towards a Europe free from all forms of male violence" to mark the 10th aniversary of the Istanbul Convention, 12 May 2021.

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