News and Updates

CBC Saskatchewan

On Thursday January 19th 2017, Street-To-Screen Co-Principal Investigator Chris Atchison┬áspoke with CBC Saskatchewan. Access the article HERE to learn more about the project and the importance of hearing from sex workers and clients from all parts of Canada. Please note, the article’s featured image was not our choice.    


International Day to End Violence Against Sex Workers

December 17th, the International Day to End Violence Against Sex Workers, is a time when sex workers and allies around the world stand in solidarity to resist state and predatory violence against members of the sex industry. On this day, we participate around the globe to renew our commitment to ensure empowerment, visibility, and rights for all sex workers.


Capacity Research Unit releases SPACES Study recommendations report

The Capacity Research Unit is pleased to make available the third report from the SPACES (Sex, Power, Agency, Consent, Environment and Safety) Study, Recommendations from the Off-Street Sex Industry in Vancouver. Based on discussion of the SPACES Study findings with industry experts and a diverse group of stakeholders this report presents evidence-informed recommendations to address the complexities of the environment and circumstances in which off-street sex work occurs.