January 19: Supporting the Human Rights of Migrant Sex Workers: Legal Training for Service Providers

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December 13, 2017
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Connecting Communities

Information from Connecting Communities Project: Are you working with migrants, people without legal status, women facing gender-based violence, or sex workers or women who may sell sexual or erotic services? 

Would you like to learn about the realities and challenges that migrant sex workers face when accessing supports and services? 

Would you like to learn more about the laws and regulations that impact the fundamental rights of migrant sex workers and individuals from these communities? 

The Migrant Sex Workers Training Project previously organized a 1-day workshop in October 2017 with over 140 people subscribed. A Webinar training is being provided on January 19, 2018 for those who missed out or are otherwise interested!

The Migrant Sex Workers Legal Training Project is a partnership between the The Chinese Canadian National Council Toronto Chapter (CCNCTO)Butterfly (Asian Migrant Sex Workers Support Network)St. Stephen's Community House and the Chinese and Southeast Asian Legal Clinic. It is funded by the Law Foundation of Ontario through the Connecting Communities Project.

Link to the legal training material produced by the project: "Upholding and promoting human rights, justice and access for migrant sex workers” https://www.butterflysw.org/legal-information-for-services-prov

Read more and register: January 19: Supporting the Human Rights of Migrant Sex Workers: Legal Training for Service Providers

Event Information:

When: Friday, January 19, 2018, 12 p.m. - 1 p.m.

Where: Online

RSVP and questions: Elene Lam, 416-906-3098 or elenelam2020@gmail.com