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October 25th: Caught in the Carceral Web: Anti-Trafficking Laws and Policies and their Impact on Migrant Sex Workers

Join us as we present the findings of an evidence-based research report which maps the tangled web of Canadian anti-trafficking laws and policies, and investigates their impact on migrant sex workers.

Oct 19, 2021

 

"Caught in the Carceral Web: Anti-Trafficking Laws and Policies and their Impact on Migrant Sex Workers”

Join us as we present the findings of an evidence-based research report which maps the tangled web of Canadian anti-trafficking laws and policies, and investigates their impact on migrant sex workers. Full report available here.

Event details: 

Date: Oct 25, 2021 (Monday ) 

Time: 3:00-4:00pm (Eastern Time)

Venue: Zoom meeting 

Presenters: 

Professor Judy Fudge, LIUNA Enrico Henry Mancinelli Professor of Global Labour Issues, School of Labour Studies, McMaster University 

Sandra Ka Hon Chu, co-Executive Director, HIV Legal Network

Vincent Wong, lawyer and PhD Candidate, Osgoode Hall Law School

Elene Lam, Executive Director, Butterfly & PhD Candidate, School of Social Work, McMaster University

Moderator: Kamala Kempadoo, Professor, Department of Social Science, York University.

Registrationhttps://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_G4hMe4ArRDSYARLsGc8tKQ (Please kindly register before October 20) 

For information or enquiry, please contact lamy4@mcmaster.ca

Organized by School of Labour Studies, McMaster University

Co-Sponsored by School of Social Work, McMaster Unversity

Supported by HIV Legal Network & Butterfly (Asian and Migrant Sex Workers Supoprt Network) 

This research is funded by The LIUNA Enrico Henry Mancinelli Professor of Global Labour Issues, McMaster University