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Public Record - Sex Work After Bedford - Legal Reform in Canada


Sex Work After Bedford: Legal Reform in Canada

The Joint Chair in Women’s Studies at the University of Ottawa and Carleton University hosts a conference examining sex work and legal reform after the 2013 Supreme Court decision striking down key sections of Canada’s prostitution laws. The second panel features NDP MP Libby Davies discussing the role of Parliament following the Supreme Court decision, and Sheri Kiselbach (PACE Society – Violence Prevention Coordinator) examining the realities and complexities of sex work. (March 26, 2014)


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