Prosecuting Sex Workers, Buyers and Third Parties is Not in the Public Interest, Says Vancouver Sex Workers, Activists, Academics and Allies

Today, December 17th, the International Day to End Violence Against Sex Workers, is a time when sex workers and allies around the world mourn members of the sex industry who have been killed by state and predatory violence.
A letter by Vancouver groups was delivered today to the Attorney General Suzanne Anton urging her to prioritize the health, safety and rights of sex workers by creating guidelines for the Protection of Communities and Exploited Persons Act (PCEPA) clearly stating that prosecuting Sex Workers, Buyers and Third Parties is Not in the Public Interest.
-For details visit Pivot Legal Society

Tonight, Vancouver Sex Workers and allies will gather at 5:30pm at the Main Branch of the Vancouver Public Library (350 West Georgia).

Then at 730pm at Pivot Legal Society (121 Heatley) for food, drinks and entertainment.

In Solidarity,
The SPACES Team