Entries by Jody Paterson

September 2015 newsletter – hot off the press!

Our action-packed September 2015 newsletter is now out. We’ve got lots of Peers news to share with you – from the launch of a crowdfunding campaign later this month to raise money for a small RV or camperized van that we can use on night outreach, to the (temporary) departure of our executive director Rachel […]

September 2015 newsletter – hot off the press!

Our action-packed September 2015 newsletter is now out. We’ve got lots of Peers news to share with you – from the launch of a crowdfunding campaign later this month to raise money for a small RV or camperized van that we can use on night outreach, to the (temporary) departure of our executive director Rachel […]

Understand Canada’s new sex work laws

Still trying to get your head around Canada’s new laws governing sex work? The Canadian Alliance for Sex Work Law Reform has put together information sheets on five aspects of the new laws, and we’re sharing them here. As you’ve probably heard, the biggest change was that the purchase of sex is now illegal for […]

Understand Canada’s new sex work laws

Still trying to get your head around Canada’s new laws governing sex work? The Canadian Alliance for Sex Work Law Reform has put together information sheets on five aspects of the new laws, and we’re sharing them here. As you’ve probably heard, the biggest change was that the purchase of sex is now illegal for […]

“Sex Work Is Work”: Research From Around World

Peers Victoria is proud to be a member of the Global Network of Sex Work Projects (NSWP), an international organization of groups around the world that believe that the best people to lead and guide any discussion of sex work are those who work in the industry. Like Peers, the NSWP believes that sex workers should be the […]

“Sex Work Is Work”: Research From Around World

Peers Victoria is proud to be a member of the Global Network of Sex Work Projects (NSWP), an international organization of groups around the world that believe that the best people to lead and guide any discussion of sex work are those who work in the industry. Like Peers, the NSWP believes that sex workers should be the […]