The Law Union of Ontario held a panel discussion "A Sex Worker Perspective" to discuss the future of sex work legislation in Canada.
sex worker rights
The question should be: how best can we ensure the safety and rights of sex workers? But the battle has become about how best to control sex work under the guise of "protecting" sex workers.
The development of new sex work laws in Canada is very important and the government should take their approach to policy development more seriously and include all perspectives.
An open response to the Department of Justice Public Consultation on sex work, which closes March 17, 2014.
Some important distinctions about the divisions among the left and among womens' rights groups over sex work
This case is a victory because it recognizes that the current legal regime of prostitution in Canada has penalized and caused harm to the very individuals it was supposed to protect.
A toolkit on working with sex workers
December 17 mourns sex workers affected by violence and celebrates those who continue the struggle to end it. What are sex workers in local communities doing to end violence and to create justice?
Words matter. We know they can lead to discrimination, violence and death. It's time to hold media to account for the use of stigmatizing language against sex workers.
Nov 27, 2013
SFU Harbour Centre
Room 1400, 515 W. Hastings StreetVancouver , BC
British Columbia CA
A community forum on sex work issuesin support of the human and labour rights of sex workers and for the decriminalization of prostitution.