The city of Brussels has said it will name a new street after a murdered Nigerian sex worker, as part of a wider campaign to recognise women in Belgium.
The city council said the street will be bear the name of Eunice Osayande, who was stabbed to death by one of her customers in June 2018.
Drawn by the promise of work and a brighter future in Europe, Ms Osayande came to the Belgian capital in 2016.
She believed the men who invited her there were acting agents who were going to make her a film star. In reality, they were human traffickers.
Once in Brussels, she was immediately forced into prostitution. She was told she owed the smuggling gang €45,000 (£38,000; $52,000) for her transit, pimps and rent.