‘You Choose: Seek Justice as a Migrant Sex Worker’ is an interactive campaign in which you step into the shoes of a migrant sex worker. The project highlights the systemic barriers migrant sex workers
Brief to the Justice and Human Rights Committee on Bill C-36: Protection of Communities and Exploited Persons Act
In February 2022, SWAN submitted a Brief to the Justice and Human Rights Committee on Bill C-36 and testified at the hearings.
New Books Network: Roundtable on Asian Migrant Sex Work: in the aftermath of the Atlanta massacre in March 2021, Executive Director Alison Clancey, Kelly Go (SWAN's Outreach Coordinator), Dr. Lily Wong & Dr. Yuri Doolan were interviewed in a panel together. This...
CFRO: The Pulse Vancouver Co-op Radio's independent daily news show. SWAN’s Executive Director Alison Clancey and WISH Drop-In Centre Society’s Executive Director Mebrat Beyene are interviewed on CFRO's The Pulse. They discuss the Atlanta shootings and the...
Since the early 2000s, SWAN Vancouver Society (SWAN) has mobilised against human trafficking. Through this work we’ve learned a few things about what makes an anti-trafficking action or campaign effective.
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.