Sex Buyers Beware: Ending Commercial Sexual Exploitation In October, Senior Deputy Prosecuting Attorney for King County (Seattle), Washington, Mr. Valiant Richey will be in Vancouver to explore the demand side of commercial sexual exploitation with public servants and law enforcement.
Buying Sex is a Crime is a national billboard campaign, supported by a wide cross-section of groups from across the country united in our desire to see an end to sexual exploitation in Canada. Look for the billboards at Homer & Georgia in downtown Vancouver and on Scott Rd in Surrey, beginning July 3.
Come enjoy an evening reception with special guest speaker Daphne Bramham, Vancouver-based journalist and author who persistently addresses the rights of girls and women. Sponsored by University Women's Club at Hycroft. Visit reedevents.ca for more details!
Vancouver Abolition Coalition Statement Regarding Charges Against Detective Jim Fisher We also appreciate the officer who came forward with his/her concerns about Detective Constable Fisher. Revealing a powerful man’s sexism and violence is not an easy decision given the history
Prostitution is a controversial issue around the world, including Canada. Join us on Tuesday September 20, 2016 for a panel discussion on the impact of the different approaches to prostitution adopted by Sweden and Germany. Speakers will also examine Canada's
Letter to Suzanne Anton, Minister of Justice Sign and date the letter below to urge Minister of Justice Suzanne Anton to call all the municipalities to implement and enforce the new legislation. Let's hold sex buyers and others who benefit
Women Rising Bursary REED is excited to announce a new scholarship for Aboriginal women who have a history of sexual exploitation to increase their education. The purpose is to assist Aboriginal women to escape the cycle of abuse by furthering
Bill C-36, the Canadian Government's Prostitution Bill that Penalizes Sex Buyers, Passes in House of Commons On Monday, October 6 the Canadian government's prostitution bill, Bill C-36, passed in the House of Commons by a 156-124 vote. In 2007, a