Sex, Work, Rights: Reforming Canadian criminal laws on prostitution

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This is a series of 10 info sheets examining the need for reform to Canada’s prostitution laws to protect and promote the health and human rights of sex workers.

  • Decriminalizing sex work(ers): law reform to protect health and human rights
  • Sex workers and HIV/AIDS: stigma, discrimination and vulnerability
  • Prostitution offences in the Criminal Code
  • Enforcing marginalization, undermining safety: the impact of the criminal law on sex workers
  • Regulating prostitution beyond the criminal law
  • Sex workers and international human rights
  • Sex work and women’s rights
  • Sex workers and the Charter
  • New Zealand and Sweden: two models of reform
  • Essential resources

Contributing Organization:
HIV Legal Network
Contact person:
Terry Gould
Publication Date:
2005
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