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Building a Culture of Respect: Police & Sex Workers

Download Respect Infographic at http://swanvancouver.ca/wp-content/uploads/2018/05/SWAN-Respect-Infographic.pdf

SWAN Vancouver Society

on 1 June 2018

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Transcript of Building a Culture of Respect: Police & Sex Workers

Building a Culture of Respect:
Police and Sex Workers

SWAN supports
newcomer, migrant and immigrant women who do sex work
1. Define
in the context of police-sex worker interactions

2. Raise awareness among police of the consequences of disrespectful language, treatment and actions

3. Provide an advocacy tool for sex workers and allies to prompt dialogue and encourage respectful interactions that in turn will increase sex workers’ access to justice
SWAN's Respect Campaign is dedicated to
SWAN would like to Thank
Victims and Survivors of Crime Week 2018:
Transforming the Culture Together
Website: www.swanvancouver.ca
Twitter: Swan_Vancouver
Facebook: SwanVancouver
Instagram: swan_vancouver
Email: info@swanvancouver.ca
Telephone: 604 719 6343
A Respect Campaign created by SWAN Vancouver Society
SWAN's RESPECT Campaign has three Objectives:
For funding this project
Ms. L
whose strength and resilience was the catalyst for this project
to all the courageous women whom we work with every day
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