‘Of Course People Will Hire the White Person’: Social and economic inclusion of migrant women in Vancouver, Canada
SWAN participated in Global Alliance Against Traffic in Women’s (GAATW) global feminist participatory action research study.
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.
Strategic Redirection through Litigation: Forgoing the anti-trafficking framework to address labour abuses experienced by migrant sex workers
This article explores SWAN’s decision to pursue litigation as a means to challenge and expose harmful crimmigration and anti-trafficking policies
The Evolution and Human Rights Impacts of Anti-Trafficking Laws in Canada (2002-2015). SWAN participated in a collaborative research project that critically evaluated the stated intentions and actual effects of national anti-human trafficking laws