National social media campaign on Victim blaming this May
Equality-seeking Pan-Canadian Coalition Granted Leave to Intervene in the Bedford Case
Press Release, March 11th, 2011.
(Vancouver) Today, in the Ontario Court of Appeal, a pan Canadian coalition of seven equality-seeking women’s groups, was granted leave to intervene in the Bedford case. The coalition using the comprehensive, experience and expertise of its members has committed to an alternative. Together they argue an alternative both to the prostitution laws that criminalize the poorest and most disadvantaged women while rejecting the proposal to legitimate pimps, johns and bawdy house owners at the cost of women’s constitutional rights.
The Swedish Approach: A European Union Country Fights Sex Trafficking
By Gunilla Ekberg and Kajsa Wahlberg, published in Solutions Journal, March 2, 2011. Read the article