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Chelsea Nash | The sex worker rights organization Work Safe Twerk Safe says the Ontario government's order to close strip clubs while bars remained open was discriminatory.
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GroundWire | This episode of GroundWire Community Radio News takes a focus on gender-based violence.
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Amnesty International | Amnesty International voted to adopt a policy that will decriminalize consensual sex work and ensure sex workers enjoy full and equal legal protection from exploitation, trafficking and violence.
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Alice Klein | NOW has run ads for sexual services throughout its history, because as a publication that stands for human rights and free expression, it has refused to discriminate against sex work and sex workers.
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Joyce Arthur | On Thursday, November 6, seven masked sex workers spoke at a press conference in Vancouver to give specifics on how Canada's new prostitution law will harm them.
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John Bonnar | Sex workers and sex buyers aren't who we thought they were, the first national report on the Canadian sex industry has found.
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John Bonnar | Chris Atchison has been researching the sex-buying community and working in a supportive capacity with sex work(er) researchers and outreach/support organizations since 1995.
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Redeye Collective | Lawyers who work with people on the margins of society -- drug users, homeless people and sex workers -- are themselves marginalized within their own professions.
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Tanya Hill | On December 20 2013, the Supreme Court of Canada in an unprecedented ruling, struck down three provisions in Canada's prostitution laws.
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Raven Bowen | Violence against Black women is largely ignored in Canada. In this piece Raven tells us why she marches on February 14th.
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rabble staff | The Supreme Court of Canada has voted unanimously today to strike down Canada's anti-prostitution laws and give Parliament one year to come up with new legislation.
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June Chua | The Exposure Project is a new program that puts cameras in the hands of women working the streets and creates a powerful channel for self-expression.