19th General Meeting
"The greatest threat to our planet is the belief that someone else will save it." - Robert Swann
G23-P004 Decriminalizing Sex Work: A Human Rights Approach to Advocating Sex Workers’ Right
The Green Party of Canada:
- Recognizes sex work as work,
- Supports and advocates the full decriminalization of sex work, including for immigrants,
- Promotes sex worker-led and community-based approaches to improve working conditions and assist sex workers who experience violence,
- Rejects legislation that conflates sex work with human trafficking, violence and exploitation.
Submitter: Alison Lam
Sponsors: Stuart Hunter, Nancy Moniz, Blocked user, Bridget Burns, Andrew Rose, Norbert D'Costa, John Willson, Jayden Hunter, Naomi Hunter, Don Booth, Shel Goldstein, Ian Soutar, Gerald Haase, Meghan Hunter, Evelyn Tanaka, Farrukh Chishtie, Randi Ramdeen, Jonathan Pedneault, Peter Tretter, Michael MacLean, Connie, David MacFarquhar, Tyler Beaulac, Sheila Adams, James Mihaychuk, Lenore Morris, Colin Creasey, Kyle Hutton, Tim Grant, Sarah Gabrielle Baron, Keith Falconer, James M Ker, Lorraine Rekmans, Gabriel Blanc, Dyanoosh Youssefi, Mary Kidnew, Karen Farley, Jennifer Purdy, Derek Menard, David Hitchcock, Vincent J.Carbonneau, Natalie Odd, Kathryn Noddin, Bruce Gunn, Jeff Desjardins, Paul Conry, Dugald, Jesse Stuart, Robin Marty, Dylan Murray, Marinus Eterman, Phillip Blaney, John Weston, Dennis Choptiany, Bruce Livingstone, Marion Markham, Mathieu Gauthier, J Herbert Latchko, Erika Warnes, Matt Penne
Note from staff: This proposal is for consideration at the 19th Annual General Meeting. A second copy, with additional background information, is available in the Workshop to allow you to collaborate on amendments. You can access the workshop version here, which the submitter can still edit.
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