UPENN Participates In  Shared Research Published on Trafficking and Youth Homelessness; though still excludes local survivors 

New Research Concludes: Key to ending trafficking of young people is to eradicate youth homelessness first. For decades, one set of activists and legislators have fought to end human trafficking, while a different set have worked tirelessly to try to end homelessness. Activists and legislators have rarely teamed up to fight the two issues simultaneously. The study - released April 2017 - is shared by Covenant House, Field Center for Children’s Policy, Practice & Research at the University of Pennsylvania, and Loyola University Modern Slavery Research Project in New Orleans. Bloggers note: UPENN has not been supportive of inclusion over my last three years of communication efforts.

International Sex Workers Rights Day is March 3rd

"Sex Workers Speak Out: Coast to Coast Perspectives About Canada's Harmful Laws" is part of International Sex Workers Rights Day, to be recognized March 3rd. The voices of workers in the sex trade will be showcased in a display at St. John's City Hall beginning today. Article re/post by Tara Bradbury tbradbury@thetelegram.com  Published on February … Continue reading International Sex Workers Rights Day is March 3rd

I Support The New Zealand Model

Amnesty International Policy in Brief

Suggested policy sets out states’ obligations to respect, protect and fulfil the human rights of sex workers. It also details the actions by states that Amnesty International believes will best address the barriers that sex workers routinely face in realizing their rights. This policy is grounded in the principles of harm reduction, gender equality, recognition of the personal agency of sex workers, and general international human rights principles.

2016 Sex Work Year in Review 2016

A Pa prostitute details stepping back into the industry amidst unexpectedly intense and changing legal and legislative crossfire. Her Year in Review explores the issues of being a victim/Survivor/WORKER.