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The MCWO, which is a full member of the European Women’s Lobby is a signatory of the Brussels Call “Together for a Europe free from prostitution” launched in 2012 calling for urgent action for the abolition of prostitution and to acknowledge prostitution as a form of gender-based violence, as a form of exploitation of inequalities, as a violation of human dignity and human rights.The French law comprises a holistic series of measures: Lorraine Spiteri, Chairperson said “the value underlying the abolition of the system of prostitution is one that aims to change mentalities on prostitution and strives for a society free from the oppression of the sex industry and of the trafficking in human beings for sexual exploitation.” Lorraine Spiteri Chairperson Mob 79592626 Women care for society, it’s time society cares for women!The gender pension gap in Europe is an astounding 40% which means that for every 100€ that men receive women only receive 60€. This page belongs to HMS Carysfort's website and may include irreverent, improper and sexist language so if you are easily offended exit this page now or as they say in the RN "sling yer hook". Also a new Artificer Apprentice Fag as in John Brown's schooldays.His father, Kris Grima, posted a touching introduction on Facebook, where he thanked everyone for the work they did leading to this beautiful moment, while subtly slamming the nay-sayers judging his family without even knowing anything about them.You'll be hard pressed to find a happier looking baby or one who rocks a white bucket-hat as well as Ben.So congrats to this new family, and in the words of Kris himself, may many more follow!
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The Malta Confederation of Women’s Organisations (MCWO) applauds the French National Assembly by adopting a law in support of persons in prostitution and reinforcing the fight against the system of prostitution on 6 April 2016.
This law repeals all forms of criminalisation of persons who sell sexual acts while penalising buyers of sex, also known as pimps or johns, while providing assistance to prostituted individuals.
France joins the ranks of other EU member states like Sweden, Norway and Iceland that acknowledges that ending the demand for commercial sexual acts is key in the fight against pimping, procuring and trafficking.