On February 25, Amnesty International Studentgroup Nijmegen organized a debate about prostitution in the Netherlands, entitled: “Prostitution and how to deal with it”. The event, which was hosted by the University of Nijmegen, was attended by 50 students, who participated in a lively debate about how to analyze and view prostitution, whether or not it is a form of violence against women and how to regard the buyers of sexual acts.

The event invitation can be viewed here: https://www.facebook.com/events/600561136746976

Speakers of the evening were:

Karin Werkman, researcher and representative of the Institute for Feminism & Human Rights.

Lyle Muns, male sex worker and representative of PROUD, an recently founded interest group for sex workers in the Netherlands.