Sex, work, rights: Changing Canada’s criminal laws to protect sex workers’ health and human rights

This booklet explains how Canada’s criminal laws related to prostitution affect the health and the human rights of sex workers. It recommends changes to those laws to improve the lives of sex workers.

We hope it will be useful to sex workers who are already fighting for their rights every day, and to others who want to support efforts to change Canada’s laws. We hope it will encourage people and organizations, such as HIV/AIDS organizations, to support sex workers.

This booklet is based on the report “Sex, work, rights: reforming Canadian criminal laws on prostitution,” published in 2005 by the Legal Network .

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