Evidence-Based Recommendations for Service Providers, Researchers and Policy Makers
Sex workers around the world face serious health and social inequities, including an elevated burden of HIV, sexually transmitted infections and violence, according to new book findings.
Police harassment. Stigma and discrimination. Lack of health and safety protections on the job. Unequal access to sexual and reproductive health services. For most people, these would be wholly unacceptable working conditions. But they are just some of the systemic inequities faced by sex workers across the globe.
In light of the In Plain Sight report, Dr. Brittany Bingham, CGSHE’s Director of Indigenous Research, will speak at Pathways to Indigenous Equity: An Indigenous Lens on Health Systems Transformation and Research on Thursday, April 27.
Impacts of criminalization and punitive regulation of online sex work and pornography: The need for sex workers’ voices
CGSHE’s submission with West Coast LEAF to the House of Commons Standing Committee on Access to Information, Privacy and Ethics RE: Protection of Privacy and Reputation on Platforms such as Pornhub