TAMPEP | Call for New Steering Committee Members
TAMPEP, the European Network for the Promotion of Rights and Health among Migrant Sex Workers, is currently looking for sex workers to join its new Steering Committee.
TAMPEP was founded in 1993 in response to the needs of migrant sex workers across Europe, and has operated in 25 different countries and reached over 80 different nationalities throughout the years.
Currently, TAMPEP is being restructured into a sex worker-led network that will unite sex worker groups and allies in the fields of sex work, migration and health. The purpose is to build stronger partnerships and to advocate for the rights and health of migrant and mobile sex workers at the European level.
European-based sex workers are strongly encouraged to apply regardless of nationality or legal status. Experience living and/or working in more than one country is an asset. The Steering Committee operates in English and professional translation will be provided if funding allows.
TAMPEP is strategically hosted by Pro-Tukipiste, a service provider organisation based in Helsinki, Finland. The host organisation has been supporting sex workers, in particular migrant and mobile sex workers, for nearly three decades. TAMPEP’s network membership is also being reformed and may include current and new members, in particular sex worker-led networks, groups and collectives.
Please complete our self-nomination form and return it to firstname.lastname@example.org. For security reasons, all private information is CONFIDENTIAL, including sex work and migration status.
DEADLINE for applications: 26 May 2017
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