Deadline February 27, 2017
Who are we?
The Chinese Canadian National Council (Toronto Chapter), Butterfly (Asian and Migrant Sex Workers Support Network), Metro Toronto Chinese and Southeast Asian Legal Clinic, and St. Stephen’s Community House are working together to develop training workshops and materials for front-line workers to learn about the legal issues facing migrant sex workers, to understand the resources/referrals available to this population, and to increase knowledge of the law. As a result of the training, front-line workers and peer leaders will be able to provide more effective, timely and relevant assistance to migrant sex workers.
March 10, 2017
1:30 p.m. Lunch
2:00 to 4:00 p.m. Discussion
720 Spadina Ave, Room 223, Workers Action Centre
Purpose of the focus group discussion
We are seeking input from services providers (front-line, supervisory and management) that will guide the development of the training materials. If you have work experience or knowledge related to migrant sex workers and/or related community (including those who work in massage parlors, strip clubs, outdoors/indoors or escorting) and you are interested in discussing these issues, please join us. Your participation in the focus group will be anonymous. You can come as an individual or as representatives of your respective organizations.
Lunch is included.
If you are interested in joining the focus group or need further information, kindly contact Elene Lam (Project Coordinator) at [email protected] or 416-906-3098 before February 27, 2017.