CGSHE in the Media
Charting a Post-Pandemic Path for Urban Indigenous People, The Tyee, 10 September 2020.
Why Bisexual And Pansexual Parents Struggle To Find Community | Huffington Post, 4 September 2020.
Indigenous researcher to study effect of COVID-19 policies on Aboriginal peoples, Vancouver Sun, 18 August 2020.
Return of Medical Services Plan 90-day wait comes under fire, Times Colonist, 31 July 2020.
It’s Hard to Get Tested for STIs Right Now. Here’s Why That’s Risky, The Tyee, 27 May 2020.
COVID-19 and Inequities in Health — Below the Radar Conversations, Below the Radar Conversations, 22 May 2020.
Whether it’s Ebola or COVID-19, Vancouver street nurse Meaghan Thumath feels at home helping the less fortunate, The Georgia Straight, 30 April 2020.
How Universal Health Care Fails Queer Communities, The Walrus, 27 March 2020.
Surviving conversion therapy, Xtra, 23 March 2020.
Rights supporters cheer Canada’s move toward conversion therapy ban, Reuters, 9 March 2020.
Pressure to keep up: status imbalance a major factor in stress in gay men, The Guardian, 29 February 2020.
Thousands of Canadians still experience conversion therapy despite bans: report, The Province, 24 February 2020.
Laws needed at every level to end conversion therapy. 660 News, 19 February 2020.
It’s Not Getting Better for Queer Kids, Huffington Post, 10 February 2020.
Most sex workers don’t report violence to police: Centre for Gender and Sexual Health Equity report. The Simi Sara Show, Global News, 16 December 2019.
Interview with Flo Ranville (CGSHE’s Community Engagement Associate / Qualitative Interviewer with the SHAWNA Project). Sne’waylh, Co-op Radio 100.5 FM, 3 December 2019.
“Modern” conversion therapy: What is it, and how hard will it be to ban? Rosa Saba, TheStar.com, 8 December 2019.
Pharmacare and Access to Abortion in Canada. Olivia Joerges, charlatan.ca, 22 November 2019.
Here’s why sex workers’ rights are a big issue this election. H.G. Watson, Flare.com, 18 October 2019.
Demands grow for Canada to decriminalize sex work after the election. Rachel Browne, Global News, 3 October 2019.
Views from the frontlines: HIV testing by lay providers. In Prevention in Focus: Spotlight on programming and research, CATIE, Fall 2019.
The art of the positive women. Stephanie Wood, National Observer, 18 April 2019.
When walking while trans is a crime. Emma Whitford, The Cut, 31 January 2018.
Canada’s prostitution laws may not make sex work safer: research. André Picard, The Globe and Mail, 26 July 2018.
Open letter decries police posing as sex-worker clients in ‘repressive’ Operation Northern Spotlight. TheStraight.com, 6 July 2017.
Sex workers who use psychedelic drugs have lower suicide risk, study finds. Andrea Woo, The Globe and Mail, 16 May 2017.
Psychedelic drugs could reduce the risk of suicide. Nicole Morley, Metro.co.uk, 2 May 2017.
Psychedelic drug use linked to lower suicide risk, finds study. Kashmira Gander, Independent.co.uk,2 May 2017.
Psychedelic use could lower suicide risk. Daniel Oberhaus, VICE.com, 1 May 2017.
Legalisation of sex work associated with lower prevalence of HIV in sex workers. Roger Pebody, aidsmap.com, 7 February 2017.
After pot, legalize heroin. The 180, CBC Radio, 31
Sex work an occupational choice for some in industry: study. Linda Givetash, CTV News, 9 February 2017.
Canada: Racial and Gender Justice for Sex Workers. Anna-Louise Crago & Robyn Maynard, World Policy Blog, 8 February 2017.
Legalisation of sex work associated with lower prevalence of HIV in sex workers. Roger Pebody, NAM Aidsmap, 7 February 2017.
Gentrification Threatens Vancouver Sex Workers. Jen Kinney, Next City, 1 February 2017.
Construction on the DTES is Endangering Trans Sex Workers. Aly Laube, The Runner, 31 January 2017.
5 Questions with Candice Norris, Peer Evaluator for the PLDI Impact Evaluation. Pacific AIDS Network, 18 January 2017.
Elena Argento (Researcher: Indian Sex Workers and Hallucinogens). Christopher Ryan podcast, 15 January 2017.
Les prostituées transsexuelles chassées du Downtown Eastside. Radio-Canada, 12 January 2017.
Downtown Eastside gentrification increases risks for trans sex workers: study. Lori Culbert, Vancouver Sun, 12 January 2017.
Dangerous liaisons. Jon Manchester, Castanet.net, 12 January 2017.
Cheque Day in the Downtown Eastside. The Globe and Mail, 1 January 2017.
Dr. Andrea Krüsi on the housing crisis, sex workers, and Bill C36: segment between 1:11:56 – 1:12:49. CBC The Early Edition, 12 October 2016.
CGSHE’s Dr. Andrea Krüsi speaks on the impact of C-36. Steve Chong, 11 October 2016.
Vancouver sex workers hold forum to discuss housing challenges. Justin McElroy & Kamil Karamali, CBC British Columbia, 11 October 2016.
War-related human rights violations fuel higher HIV burden among sex workers in conflict-affected Northern Uganda. Faculty of Health Sciences, Simon Fraser University, 31 August 2016.
Male sex workers in Vancouver feel safer on the internet than on the street. Linda Givetash, CBC News British Columbia, 7 July 2016.
5 Reasons Decriminalization Protects Sex Workers’ Rights. Margaret Huang, Rolling Stone, 9 June 2016.
Health risks for female sex workers and their children. Lisa Rapaport, Reuters Health, 26 May 2016.
Should prostitution be a crime? Emily Bazelon, The New York Times, 5 May 2016.
Talking point: Let’s talk about sex work baby. Jade Barker, The Mercury, 8 April 2016.
New police approach to help sex workers proves ineffective. Emily McCarty, The Thunderbird, 1 April 2016.
3 Myths About Sex Work That Harm Everyone. Joe Scott, Yes! Magazine, 10 March 2016.
The Shame Game: The internet has given us a new public square. Now law enforcement is trying to harness its power. Suzy Khimm, The New Republic, 9 March 2016.
Lancet report: Support sex workers to prevent HIV. News-Medical.net, 23 July 2014.
Decriminalise sex work to help control Aids pandemic, scientists demand. Sarah Boseley, The Guardian, 22 July 2014.
Legalize sex work, ax the HIV rate. Jenny Kutner, Salon, 22 July 2014.
Calls grow to decriminalise sex work. Tamar Kahn, BusinessLive.co.za, 22 July 2014.
The Most Effective Way To Fight HIV Worldwide May Be Legal Prostitution. Richard Ingham, Business Insider, 22 July 2014.
Decriminalising prostitution would ‘slash HIV rates among sex workers.’ Dan MacGuill, TheJournal.ie, 22 July 2014.
Legalising sex work would slash HIV toll, study says. Richard Ingham, MedicalXpress, 22 July 2014.
“Decriminalise Prostitution”: Top medical journal Lancet calls for global action to protect sex workers from HIV. Charlie Cooper, The Independent, 22 July 2014.
International Aids Conference: Call for Governments Worldwide to Decriminalise Prostitution. Samantha Payne, International Business Times, 22 July 2014.
Decriminalizing sex work can avert HIV: Lancet report. C.H. Unnikrishnan, LiveMint, 22 July 2014.
AIDS conference told legalizing prostitution a simple way to curb HIV. Pauline Dakin, CBC News, 22 July 2014.
Study reveals decriminalization of sex work will reduce global HIV infections significantly. The Lawyer Herald, 22 July 2014.
The Lancet: Control of HIV pandemic will not be achieved without radical improvement in support for sex workers. ScienceCodex.com, 22 July 2014.
Scientists call for the decriminalization of sex work. Arielle Duhaime-Ross, The Verge, 22 July 2014.
The pros and cons of decriminalising prostitution. TheWeek.co.uk, 22 Ju;y 2014 (updated 5 March 2019).
Legalising sex work would slash HIV toll: study. Hindustan Times, 22 July 2014.
Africa: Sex Workers Seek HIV Prevention. Joe Decapua, All Africa, 22 July 2014.
Decriminalization of sex work could reduce HIV infections. Caelainn Hogan, The Washington Post, 21 July 2014.
Decriminalize sex work to help control AIDS pandemic, scientists demand at international conference. Sarah Boseley, The Guardian, 21 July 2014.
Canadian Sex Workers Are Speaking Out Against The Conservatives’ Prostitution Law. Ishmael N. Daro, Vice.com, 10 July 2014.
Study critiques Vancouver’s prostitution policies. Melissa Roach, The Peak, 23 June 2014.
“Canadian Model” Sex Work Legislation Hurts Most Vulnerable. Arwen McKechnie, Gender Focus, 12 June 2014.