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McMaster U, the HIV Legal Network & Butterfly present: Caught in the Carceral Web: Anti-Trafficking Laws and Policies and their Impact on Migrant Sex Workers

This event will present the findings of an evidence-based research report which maps the tangled web of Canadian anti-trafficking laws and policies, and investigates their impact on migrant sex workers.

Executive Summary: Caught in the Carceral Web (Full report will be released on Oct 25, 2021) 

Event details: 

Date: Oct 25, 2021 (Monday ) 

Time: 3:00-4:00pm (Eastern Time)

Venue: Zoom meeting 

Presenters: 

Professor Judy Fudge, LIUNA Enrico Henry Mancinelli Professor of Global Labour Issues, School of Labour Studies, McMaster University 

Sandra Ka Hon Chu, co-Executive Director, HIV Legal Network

Vincent Wong, lawyer and PhD Candidate, Osgoode Hall Law School

Elene Lam, Executive Director, Butterfly & PhD Candidate, School of Social Work, McMaster University

Moderator: 

Kamala Kempadoo, Professor, Department of Social Science, York University.

Registration: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_G4hMe4ArRDSYARLsGc8tKQ (Please kindly register before October 20) 

 For information or enquiry, please contact lamy4@mcmaster.ca

Organized by School of Labour Studies, McMaster University

Co-Sponsored by School of Social Work, McMaster University

Supported by HIV Legal Network & Butterfly (Asian and Migrant Sex Workers Support Network) 

This research is funded by The LIUNA Enrico Henry Mancinelli Professor of Global Labour Issues, McMaster University

 

Date and Time

October 25, 2021
3:00 am - 4:00 am

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