SWAN participated in Global Alliance Against Traffic in Women’s (GAATW) global feminist participatory action research study.
Im/Migrant Sex Workers, Myths & Misconceptions: Realities of the Anti-Trafficked
SWAN created this toolkit to address common myths and misconceptions about im/migrant sex workers in Canada, and to encourage more critical thinking about human trafficking.
SWAN Vancouver- Supporting Immigrant and Migrant Women in the Sex Industry
SWAN contributed a chapter to the book, Sex Work Activism in Canada. The chapter provides a glimpse into a week in the life of SWAN. Chapter excerpt: “‘Wait and see’: a woman who has just moved to Canada to work contacts us with very complex needs. Being new to...
Barriers to Justice for Migrant and Immigrant Sex Workers
A Community-Led Research Project SWAN's research project to explore and understand the barriers to justice for migrant and immigrant sex workers in Metro Vancouver. The project sought to learn how im/migrant sex workers respond to and deal with violence in the...
Chinese Sex Workers in Toronto & Vancouver
SWAN collaborated with Zi Teng in Hong Kong and Agincourt Community Services Association (ACSA) in Toronto, Canada to better understand why Chinese women were leaving China and Hong Kong to work as sex workers in other countries.