A Conversation Around The Complexities and Intersectionality of Sex Work
Last December the Supreme Court of Canada delivered a landmark unanimous decision regarding the rights of individuals who do sex work. Recently, we have been seeing proposed resolutions and political discussions around the legalization of sex work.
Here is a conversation broadcasted on Unfiltered with Jill Kropp, Global TV, with our Executive Director Angela Marie MacDougall, Carissa Ropponen, WAVAW Executive and Development Assistant, and Sangeeta Lalli, Liberal Party of BC Organization Chair,Young Liberals in BC, stepping out of the binary, addressing some of the essential questions that need to be asked and highlighting the complexities and intersectionality entailed in this issue.
Local Community Groups Form Consortium to Create Services and Support for Those Who Wish To Exit the Sex Industry
In an effort to respond to the existing gaps and effectively meet the needs of those who do sex work, six community organizations with a vast range of expertise in delivering services to individuals engaged in the sex industry have formed a Consortium to oversee the design, development and implementation of a transition and exiting program. Read more here…
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