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Re-launch Of The Scot-pep Website

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Today, on 3rd March – International Sex Worker Rights Day - we are pleased to announce the re-launch of the SCOT-PEP website which has been significantly updated and improved.

SCOT-PEP now operates as a campaigning and lobbying organisation committed to promoting health, dignity and human rights for all involved in sex work.

The website, which will be continually updated and improved, already includes:

· A Sex Workers Toolkit with information on the law, safety at work and sexual health

· A directory of useful services – which we plan to build on and expand to cover the whole of Scotland

· Information about current campaigns – e.g. against the criminalisation of sex work

· Useful Briefing Papers on a range of subjects and topic areas

· News stories about sex work

· A library of other useful resources & suggested reading

We also want sex workers to get involved! There is a Forum facility where sex workers and allies can join and contribute to online debates and discussions. In the future there will also be opportunities to come along to information and consultation sessions we will be organising. And there is information about how you can join SCOT-PEP in fighting by joining our Campaign Group or our Board of Directors.

Take a look at the new website: www.scot-pep.org.uk

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Hmm. Since that didn't get any replies, I shall move on to my next trick:

Facebook page! Ta-DAH!

http://www.facebook.com/Scotpep

New briefing papers! Ta-DAH!

http://www.scot-pep.org.uk/about-scot-pep/briefing-papers

And finally, drumroll please, news articles and blog entries. I'm all out of TA-DAHs, but you can find them on our website. Poke around! Have fun! Just watch out for the diseased willy pictures. Or not.

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I don't live in Scotland and hardly ever go there, but this is a brilliant web site.

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I don't live in Scotland and hardly ever go there, but this is a brilliant web site.

We have a lot to offer, you should try and visit more often!

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Awesome, I think its only a matter of time before people see the values in therapeutic adult work;)

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