Do No Harm: Sex Work and Anti-Human Trafficking

Event date: March 30, 2021 at 2 pm (EDT), Toronto

Do No Harm: Sex Work and Anti-Human Trafficking, March 30 at 2 pm EDT

Part 2 of the Six-Part Webinar Series called Do No Harm: A Fresh Perspective on Anti-Human Trafficking Work

A weekly six-part webinar series beginning Tuesday, March 23 until April 30

Anti-Human Trafficking work is particularly harmful to sex workers, particularly racialized and migrant. As a result, from the advocacy work of anti-trafficking organizations, the Asian and migrant workers in massage parlours and the sex industry are being surveilled, racially profiled, raids, arrested, jailed, and deported.

Speakers: Elene Lam, Founder, Butterfly: Asian and Migrant Sex Workers Support Network

Who should register: Community workers, healthcare professionals, advocacy agencies, lawmakers, law enforcement, or others working with trafficked persons or doing anti-human trafficking advocacy. 

Register and learn more at  Cost is by donation.

A certificate of completion will be issued to those who complete the series. 

This webinar is part of the Do No Harm: A Fresh Perspective on Anti-Human Trafficking Work webinar series. It centers on the voices and experiences of those most negatively affected by human trafficking to help those in this field discover new promising practices for undertaking their work.


Sisters of St. Joseph of Toronto
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