Endorsers to the Open Letter to Governments – A Care Income Now!

Organizational Endorsers of the Open Letter to Governments – A Care Income Now!

#MeToo Survivors, US

Alexandria House, US

All Africa Women’s Group (AAWG), UK

Alliance for Global Justice, US

ALTSEAN-Burma, Thailand

Asia Pacific Forum on Women, Law and Development, Thailand

Asian-Pacific Resource and Research Centre for Women, Malaysia

Auckland Feminist Action, New Zealand

Bakers, Food and Allied Workers Union, UK

Bay Area Poor People’s Campaign: A National Call for Moral Revival, US

BirthStrike, UK

Black Women’s Rape Action Project, UK

Borstvoeding vzw, Belgium

California Poor People’s Campaign: A National Call for Moral Revival, US

Community WHRD Collective in Thailand, Thailand

Compassion in Care The Whistler, UK

Empower Foundation, Thailand

English Collective of Prostitutes, UK

Every Mother is a Working Mother Network, US

Experimental Experience C.I.C., UK

Family and Home Network, US

FemArtAct, Greece

Feminist Legal Clinic Inc., Australia

Fuel Poverty Action, UK

GAIA Environmental Action and Intervention group, Portugal

Global Justice Rebellion, UK

Global Women Against Deportations, UK

Globallyaware, Australia

Grassroots Global Justice Alliance, US

Hampshire County Federation of WI’s, UK

Help & Shelter, Guyana

Howie Hawkins for President 2020 (Green Party), US

International Black Women for Wages for Housework, US

International Committee on the Rights of Sex Workers in Europe, Belgium

International Women’s Rights Action Watch Asia Pacific (IWRAW Asia Pacific), Malaysia

International Women’s Strike/LA, US

Justice for Peace Foundation, Thailand

Lactation Consultants of Great Britain, UK

l’amie de Maimie, Canada

Legal Action for Women, UK

Leicester Mammas, UK

Lewisham Housing Forum, UK

Los Angeles Poor People’s Campaign: A National Call for Moral Revival, US

MAP Foundation, Thailand

Migrant Sex Workers Project, Canada

Migrant Women’s Network, Thailand

Milk of Human Kindness, UK

Naked Punch Review, Pakistan

National Ugly Mugs (NUM), UK

National Welfare Rights Union, US

Non Una Di Meno – Modena, Italy

Old Women’s Project, US

Parents for Inclusion Newham, UK

Payday men’s network US/UK

Philly Childcare Collective, US

Planning for Sustainable Communities, US

PM Press, US

Psychotherapists and Counsellors for Social Responsibility, UK

Public Carers, UK

Put People First! PA, US

Queer Strike, UK

Reclaim the Power, UK

Red Thread, Guyana

Refugee and Asylum Seeker Participatory Action Research (RAPAR), UK

Release, UK

Research and Degrowth Barcelona (RnD), Spain

Save Liverpool Womens Hospital, UK

Scottish Kinship Care Alliance, Scotland

Sex Worker Advocacy and Resistance Movement, UK

Sex Worker’s Opera, UK

She’s got the power, Russia

Sibling Arts C.I.C., UK

Single Mothers’ Self-Defence, UK

Sisters Health & Wellness Collective, US

Somood Women, Palestine

Success Capital Organisation, Botswana

Support Not Separation, UK

Sussex Refugee and Migrants Self Support Group, UK

SWAI and Intersex Ireland, Ireland

The invisible labor union, US

US PROStitutes Collective, US

WAYVE Foundation, India

Welfare Warriors, US

Winvisible – women with visible and invisible disabilities, UK

Women Against Military Madness, US

Women Against Rape (UK)

Women’s League of Burma, Myanmar

World Breastfeeding Trends Initiative (WBTI) UK Steering Group, UK

Individual Endorsers of the Open Letter to Governments – A Care Income Now!

Adeline Berry, SWAI and Intersex Ireland, Ireland

Alena Popova, She’s got the power, Russia

Alexandra Olsson, Sweden

Alexi Dimond, UK

Alexia Tsouni, FemArtAct, Greece

Aline Fantinatti, UK

Alissa Trotz, Canada

Allison Hackman, US

Amanda Mary Walsh, UK

Amelia Was, UK

Amina Zoomkawala, Pakistan

Amy Pritchard, UK

An Cliquet, Belgium

Ana Orozco, Grassroots Global Justice Alliance, US

Andrea Salinas, US

Andrew Feinstein, UK

Andro Rilović, Croatia

Angela Miles, US

Angela Qasir, UK

Angkhana Neelapaijit, Justice for Peace Foundation, Thailand

Anna Jonsson, US

Anna Kerr, Feminist Legal Clinic Inc., Australia

Anna Kliampa, Greece

Anna Tautfest, Germany

Anna Willats, Canada

Anne Bluethenthal, US

Anne Bluethenthal, US

Anne Hall, UK

Anne May, Germany

Anne Neale, Support Not Separation, UK

Antoinette Holm, Australia

Antonella Picchio, Italy

Antonio Maria Pusceddu, Portugal

Arielle Solomon, US

ARROW, Asian-Pacific Resource and Research Centre for Women, Malaysia

Asantewaa Gail Harris, Sisters Health & Wellness Collective, US

Azhar Ali Comrade, Pakistan

Bama Athreya, US

Barbara Le Fevre, UK

Baworowska, Winvisible – women with visible and invisible disabilities, UK

Bea Hughes, UK

Beatrice Millar, Psychotherapists and Counsellors for Social Responsibility, UK

Beeke Bartelt, Germany

Begoña Dorronsoro, Portugal

Blythe Pepino, BirthStrike, UK

Brahm Press, MAP Foundation, Thailand

Brent Bleys, Belgium

Brian Emerson, Spain

Brindusa Nistor, Spain

Britta Boutry-Stadelmann, Switzerland

Brittany Martinez-Hewitt, US

Buddy Bell, US

Bue Rübner Hansen, Denmark

Camilla Macciani, Italy

Camilla Pin, Italy

Cari Mitchell, English Collective of Prostitutes, UK

Carlotta Cossutta, Italy

Carlotta, Italy

Carol Crooks, US

Carolyn Kagan, UK

Catherine H. Myers, Family and Home Network, US

Chanda Prescod-Weinstein, US

Chanelle Gallant, Migrant Sex Workers Project, Canada

Charlotte Bollaert, Belgium

Charlotte Pattyn, Belgium

Charlotte Perka, Germany

Cherry Salmon, UK

Cheryl McLeod, Lewisham Housing Forum, UK

Chloe Dominique, UK

Christine Hemmingway, UK

Claire Jenkinson, UK

Claudia Mignone, Italy/Netherlands

Constanza Pauchulo, International Women’s Rights Action Watch Asia Pacific (IWRAW Asia Pacific), Malaysia

Cristel Amiss, Black Women’s Rape Action Project, UK

Cristel Amiss, Global Women Against Deportations, UK

Daisy Rimmer, UK

Daniel Selwyn, UK

Daniela Subtil Fialho, Germany

Danuta Radzik, Guyana

Daphne Muse, US

Dave Backer, US

Debbie Stothard, ALTSEAN-Burma, Thailand

Deirdre Haslam, UK

Deirdre Haslam, UK

Diana Bohn, US

Diana Richardson, US

Didi Rossi, Queer Strike, UK

Domenico Morabito, Italy

Dominique Just, Germany

Don Timmerman, US

Donna Barnett, UK

Dorotea Manuela, US

Dr Andrew Fanning, UK

Dr Jonathan Fluxman, UK

Dr Philip Cox, UK

Dr Rhetta Moran, Refugee and Asylum Seeker Participatory Action Research (RAPAR), UK

Dr. Raven Bowen, National Ugly Mugs (NUM), UK

Dr. Susan Curtiss, US

Dumiso Gatsha, Success Capital Organisation, Botswana

Ed Romano, US

Edith Bendicente, Italy

Eeva Houtbeckers, Finland

Eileen Chubb, Compassion in Care The Whistler, UK

Ekaterina Chertkovskaya, Sweden

Elena Pagani, UK

Elena Roveda, Italy

Elena Shih, US

Eleni Sotiriou, Greece

Eliana Darroch, Auckland Feminist Action, New Zealand

Elizabeth W. Morris, Planning for Sustainable Communities, US

Ellen E Barfield, US

Ellen Helker-Nygren, Canada

Ellen Reese, US

Elvira Lamanna, Italy

Eman Salah, Somood Women, Palestine

Emanuela Bianchi, UK

Emily, US

Eric Gjertsen, Payday men’s network US/UK

Eurydice Aroney, Australia

Experimental Experience C.I.C., UK

Fe Haslam, UK

Felicia Kornbluh, US

Femke Lootens, Belgium

Fenja Jacobs, Germany

Frances Howe, UK

Francesca Brusa, Italy

Francesca Saccomandi, Italy

Francesco Sticchi, UK

Frank Duhl, US

Gem Shekerzade, UK

Gemeena Scruggs, US

Gemma Rogers, UK

Gerd Van Kogelenberg, Borstvoeding vzw, Belgium

Giacomo D’Alisa, Research and Degrowth Barcelona (RnD), Spain

Giulia Armiero, UK

Goldmacher, US

Gummere, US

Gwyneth Lonergan, UK

Gyanu, Thailand

Hannah Grün, Germany

Hannah Leach, Germany

Hannah Madden, UK

Harriet Heath, US

Hasne Ara Begum, Bangladesh

Hazel Tilley, UK

Helen Dickson, UK

Helen Gray, World Breastfeeding Trends Initiative (WBTI) UK Steering Group, UK

Helen, UK

Heston Michaels, UK

Hilary Williams, UK

Holly Jones, UK

Howie Hawkins, Howie Hawkins for President 2020 (Green Party), US

Huzaifa Zoomkawala, Pakistan

Ian Hodson, Bakers, Food and Allied Workers Union, UK

Ilenia Iengo, Italy

Inez Dekker, The Netherlands

Irene Montantes, US

Isotta, Italy

Jackie Pollock, UK

Jacob Berkson, UK

James Jordan, Alliance for Global Justice, US

Jan Schwartz, US

Jane Binkerd, US

Jane Welford, US

Janet Molina Maturano, Belgium

Janice Jackson, US

Jasmin Horne, US

Jim Yarbrough, US

Joana Sousa, Portugal

Jonas Van der Slycken, Belgium

Jorn Van de Velde, Belgium

Joseph Keady, US

Josephine Whitehead, Help & Shelter, Guyana

Joy Marcus, Guyana

judith Schicklinski, Colombia

Julia Davis, US

Kanchana Di-ut, Thailand

Karen de Souza, Red Thread, Guyana

Karen Stamm, US

Kate Grodd, US

Kate Litman, UK

Kate Perris, UK

Kath Gilbert, UK

Katharine Bligh, UK

Katherine Fillare, US

Kathleen Billus, US

Katy, UK

Kim Davis, Globallyaware, Australia

Kim Sparrow, Single Mothers’ Self-Defence, UK

Koenraad Bogaert, Belgium

Kristin Dooley, Women Against Military Madness, US

Kunlanat Jirawong-aram, Spain

Lanka Horstink, GAIA Environmental Action and Intervention group, Portugal

Laura Guidi, Italy

Laura Murray, Brazil

Laura Schwartz, UK

Lea Johnson, US

Lea, UK

Leanna Coleman, UK

Leen Bervoets, Belgium

Lesley Mahmood, UK

Leticia Sabsay, UK

Lia, UK

Liba Ravindran, UK

Linda Ray, US

Linda Sudak, US

Lisa Carroll, US

Lisa Holmes, UK

Lisa Longstaff, Women Against Rape (UK)

Lisa Pedersen, US

Lois Helmbold, US

Lorenzo Velotti, UK

Lorry Leader, UK

Louison Cahen-Fourot, France

Luca Stevenson, International Committee on the Rights of Sex Workers in Europe, Belgium

Lucia Inama, Italy

Luciana Talamonti, Italy

Lucilla Lepratti, Germany

Lucille, All Africa Women’s Group (AAWG), UK

Lucy, Italy

Lukas Hardt, UK

Luqman Temitayo Onikosi, Sussex Refugee and Migrants Self Support Group, UK

Lydia Makrides, Greece

Madaraka Nyerere, Tanzania

Maddalena Fragnito, Italy

Maggie Ronayne

Mai Jantawong, Community WHRD Collective in Thailand, Thailand

Mai Mai, Migrant Women’s Network, Thailand

Mandy Cann, UK

Mandy Coghill, UK

Mannie Garza, Old Women’s Project, US

Manuel Bivar, Portugal

Mar Garrido Villaespesa, Spain

Marco Antonio Sampaio Malagoli, Brasil

Margaret McDonald, UK

Margaret Prescod, International Black Women for Wages for Housework, US

Margarita, Finland

Maria Albà, Spain

Maria Federica Palestino, Italy

Maria Osman, Australia

Marie Fitzpatrick, US

Marie Lynam, UK

Marion Garza, US

Markus Hüppauf, Germany

Markus Krecik, Germany

Marta Guttenberg, US

Martha Dickson, UK

Mary Syrett, Australia

Maryam Talaie, US

Maureen Levenson, Hampshire County Federation of WI’s, UK

Melanie Strickland, UK

Meri Jalonen, Finland

Mezna Qato, UK

Micheleine Kane, Scottish Kinship Care Alliance, Scotland

Michelle Tonn, US

Miriam Oppenheimer, US

Misun Woo, Asia Pacific Forum on Women, Law and Development, Thailand

Monim Albeer, UK

Morgan M Page, UK

Morgane Fouse, US

Mulhallen, UK

Mylene Carberry, US

Naima Camara, UK

Nang Zarm Moun Hseng, Myanmar

Nasreen Mahmud, US

Natasha, Guyana

Nathaporn Ongwisith, Thailand

National Welfare Rights Union, US

Nell Myhand, US

Niamh Eastwood, Release, UK

Nicola Saville, Global Justice Rebellion, UK

Nijmie Dzurinko, Put People First! PA, US

Niki Adams, Legal Action for Women, UK

Nina Houghton, Save Liverpool Womens Hospital, UK

Nina Lopez, UK

Noemi Valentini, Italy

Nohad Nassif, US

Non Una Di Meno – Modena, Italy

Nora Roman, US

Olivia Qasir, UK

Owen Holland, UK

Paki Wieland, US

Pandora Pavlides, UK

Paradise Razma, US

Pat Albright, Every Mother is a Working Mother Network, US

Pat Gowens, Welfare Warriors, US

Patricia Alves de Matos, Portugal

Patricia Hatherly, Australia

Patricia Scott, UK

Patti Maciesz, The invisible labor union, US

Paula Teran, US

Per Faaland, US

Persephone Davies, UK

Phoebe Jones, US

Pippa Curwen, Thailand

PM Press, US

Pornpit Puckmai, Thailand

Pranom Somwong, Thailand

Priyanka Poddar, UK

Qalandar Memon, Naked Punch Review, Pakistan

Rachel West, US PROStitutes Collective, US

Rafailia Varonou, Greece

Rande Webster, US

Rebekah, UK

Reclaim the Power, UK

Reiko Harima, Japan

Rianka Gill, UK

Riva Joffe, UK

Robert Benson, US

Roberto Luis Ellis, Germany

Robin Markle, Philly Childcare Collective, US

Rona Rothman, US

Rosalie Allain, UK

Rosalind, #MeToo Survivors, US

Rosamine Hayeem, Public Carers, UK

Rosie Rimmer, UK

Rowan Milligan, UK

Ruth London, Fuel Poverty Action, UK

S. Wildman, UK

Saleh Mamon, UK

Sally Etheridge, Lactation Consultants of Great Britain, UK

Sally Etheridge, Leicester Mammas, UK

Sandor, Belgium

Sandra Killett, US

Sarah Ernst, Germany

Sarifa Patel, Parents for Inclusion Newham, UK

Sarolta Cump, US

Saskia Ackermann, Germany

Saudi, US

Serayna Solanki, UK

Sex Worker’s Opera, UK

Shaan Saggar, Australia

Sharon Byers, US

Shauna Gunderson, US

Shelley Angelie Saggar, UK

Sherlina Nageer, Guyana

Shirley, US

Sibling Arts C.I.C., UK

Sidney Ross-Risden, International Women’s Strike/LA, US

Sigrid Vertommen, Belgium

Sister Judy Vaughan, Alexandria House, US

Sofia Bempeza, Greece

Sofia Oleas, US

Solveig, Milk of Human Kindness, UK

Sophie Gale, UK

Souryan Mookerjea, Canada

Stefan Mildenberger, Germany

Stella, l’amie de Maimie, Canada

Susan Arthur, US

Susan Haywood, US

SWARM, Sex Worker Advocacy and Resistance Movement, UK

Syed Hasan Raihan, WAYVE Foundation, India

Symran Saggar, Australia

Tamirhis Fortunata Dandolo, Italy

Tegan Barrett-mcguin, Australia

Teresa MacKay, UK

Teresa Muldrow, US

Thanks Laovilawanyakul, Empower Foundation, Thailand

Tina Stahl, Germany

Tony Hemmingway, UK

Tracey Dunn, UK

Trupti Patel, UK

Truus Jansen, UK

Ugo, Spain

Val Gillies, UK

Valeria Passeri, Italy

Vanda Radzik, Guyana

Vanessa Olesen, US

Vanneuville Martine, Belgium

Victoria Childs, UK

Virginia Hollins-Davidson, US

Women’s League of Burma, Myanmar

Ying Tzarm, Myanmar

YuLing Koh Hsu, US

Zeenat Suleman, UK

Zully Luz Rosadio Cayllahua, Austria

35 Countries represented in endorsers of the Open Letter to Governments – A Care Income Now!

Australia

Austria

Bangladesh

Belgium

Botswana

Brasil

Canada

Colombia

Croatia

Denmark

Finland

France

Germany

Greece

Guyana

India

Ireland

Italy

Japan

Malaysia

Myanmar

New Zealand

Pakistan

Palestine

Portugal

Russia

Scotland

Spain

Sweden

Switzerland

Tanzania

Thailand

The Netherlands

UK

US

2 thoughts on “Endorsers to the Open Letter to Governments – A Care Income Now!

  1. m.pia covre says:

    As Sex Workers association we would like to subscribe your petition
    M.Pia Covre
    President
    Comitato per i Diritti Civili delle Prostitute Onlus. Trieste -Italy

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