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DOWNLOAD: Annual Report 2017

Dear partners and friends,

We wish you an energetic and inspiring start to 2018! We are taking a moment to look our actions and activities over the last year, reflecting on how we can continue to build the movement for a world free from sexual exploitation together. 
In this edition you will find
- Annual Report 2017
- News and tools from our members: events to attend and videos to watch!
- In the media: recent relevant articles and media quotes
- Events CAP Intl & members are organising and attending
With best wishes,
CAP International Secretariat

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Annual Report 2017
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News and tools from our members

Ruhama: What Irish Sex Buyers Are Really Thinking
Ruhama has revealed the cold reality of what Irish sex buyers really think about the women they pay for sex, in their own words. 'Andreea' was advertised for 20 days, receiving 1000+ contacts. Here's what the men who contacted 'Andreea' had to say:


Talita: "If Pornography is Sex Education, what does it teach?" webinar recording

In case you missed a recent webinar presentation titled "If Pornography is Sex Education, what does it teach?" by Swedish organisations Talita (CAP Intl member) and Unizon, watch the video recording below: 

Fondation Scelles: #SEXPLOITED, 25 janvier, Paris

La Fondation Scelles organise une soirée ciné-débat #SEXPLOITED pour sensibiliser aux réalités de l’exploitation sexuelle.

L'événement sera ouvert par une prise de parole de Rosen Hicher, survivante de la prostitution.

La soirée se déroulera en présence de nos partenaires européens, autour de deux projets artistiques complémentaires :

- Le clip vidéo de Marian van Der Zwaan A Penny for your Thoughts, résultat de la campagne de sensibilisation des
‘clients’ et du grand public face à la prostitution, menée par les ONG Samilia (Belgique), Ruhama (Irlande), O Ninho
(Portugal), Acsis (Roumanie), Animus (Bulgarie) et la Fondation Scelles (France)

- Le film Impasse qui donne la parole aux victimes de la prostitution et qui sera présenté par sa réalisatrice suisse, Elise Shubs.

Ces projections seront entrecoupées de débats autour des thématiques abordées dans les vidéos. L'événement sera clôturé par un buffet, ouvert à l'ensemble du public et des intervenants.
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In the media
 VIDEO Exodus Cry, Is Prostitution Really a Choice?, 10 January 2018
 The Telegraph India, Girl breaks fate shackles (featuring Apne Aap's work in India), 14 January 2018 
 The Guardian, How litigation laid the ground for accountability after MeToo, 23 December 2017


Events CAP Intl & members are organising & attending

Key:  = member event = CAP Intl event

 25 January 2018 | Paris, France | Fondation Scelles organises:: #SEXPLOITATION film and panel debate
 12-23 March 2018 | United Nations, New York, USA | CAP Intl and members participate: Commission on the Status of Women 62
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