Sexelancen inviterer til to dage med oplæg, poesi, indtryk og viden om sexarbejde d. 26- og 27 Oktober.
Det er en mulighed for at få informationer om sexelancen og blive klogere på sexarbejde med jura på området, personlige beretninger og der vil blive fremvist en dokumentar.
Du kan også finde Sexelancen, frivillige herfra og høre mere om formålet.
Gratis entre. Alle er velkomne.
Det kommer til at foregå hos fantastiske Warehouse9, som vi vil takke for at lægge hus til, tjek dem ud: http://www.warehouse9.dk/ ♥
Programet er under engelsk tekst…
Sexelancen wants to invite you to two days of talks, performance and knowledge about sex work.
It’s an opportunity to see the sexelance and learn more about sex work through a presentation on the legal stuff, poetry, documentary and real life experience.
We wanna give you an opportunity to get a deeper insight into this complex subject.
Free entrance. Everyone is welcome.
Check out a provisional schedule below, more TBA!
Maja Løvberg Hansen from Gadejuristen: legal frameworks of sex work
A presentation of Sexelancen, it’s aims and its history
People’s kitchen (donation-based)
DJ and drinks 🙂
Poetry reading: Luderdigte by Cecilie Lolk Hjort
Talk by Rusla
Performance by Susanne Møller
Screening of Sine Plambech’s film Becky’s Journey + Q&A with the filmmaker
Info about different guests:
Cecilie Lolk Hjort is a poet who writes about a broad range of identity politics relating to gender, race, autism, and sex work. She has published five books of poetry, and will be reading from a work in progress called Luderdigte, or ‘Hooker Poems’ in English.
Rusla is, among other things, a daughter of a sex worker and she’s gonna give us a talk.
Sine Plambech is an anthropologist and documentary filmmaker who has worked with issues of migration, gender, sex work and trafficking. She is based in Copenhagen and New York at the Danish Institute for International Studies Department of Migration, Finance & Aid and as Adjunct Professor at Columbia University, Barnard – Department of Women’s, Gender & Sexuality Studies.
About Becky’s Journey:
Becky is a 26 year old Nigerian woman who wants to go to Europe to sell sex. She already tried twice. The first time she was stopped with fake documents in the airport in Nigeria, by immigration authorities. This made her decide to begin a deadly journey through the Sahara desert hoping to embark on a migration boat bound for Italy. The film is about migration, sex work and human trafficking seen from the perspective of >Becky<. Through interviews with Becky and sequences of everyday life, we sense the feelings of limbo and immobility that permeate Becky’s life.
Maja Løvberg Hansen:
LL. M (master of laws), working in Gadejuristen. Maja has extensive experience with working with vulnerable people on the streets of Vesterbro, providing legal support and outreach.