Complaint to the Office of the Commissioner of Lobbying : RE Joy Smith

Thank you for taking the time to speak with me today. As I said I am frustrated with the lobbying efforts of Joy Smith on behalf of herself and those people who support the abolition of prostitution. She ceased to be a member of parliament on October 18, 2015 and as such it has not been 5 … Continue reading Complaint to the Office of the Commissioner of Lobbying : RE Joy Smith


Labour on the Margins

labor_on_the_margins.pdf During the “Developing Capacity for Change Project”-coop development work shops, workers expressed how a trade association and a branding or certification process could support safer work conditions over all and stabilize the existing safer indoor venues that exist now. The development of occupational health and safety training was also seen as a way to … Continue reading Labour on the Margins

The 411

411.pdf Supports, Services and Information for Sex Industry Workers who are Victims of Crime This brochure was created to provide resources, tips and support to sex industry workers who are victims of crime. It was identified during the BCCEC “Confronting Bad Dates: Research, Collaboration and Action to Reduce Violence against Survival Sex Workers project” that: … Continue reading The 411

Community Research Guidelines

A Guide for Community Organizations Revised Feb. 2006 As community based research becomes more prevalent within voluntary sectors, knowledge of research principles and ethics has become essential. There are three major reasons for this: First, we need to ensure are treated in accordance with established ethical principles when they are asked to participate in research; … Continue reading Community Research Guidelines