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Sexual Exploitation, Trafficking, Systemic Change

Mettre Fin à la Traite Sexuelle (Ending Sex Trafficking) Mouvement contre le viol et l’inceste, Montréal, Quebec This project aims to help service providers better serve the needs of women who have experienced trafficking. It has three goals: 1. To develop a tool that helps identify clients who have experienced trafficking, 2. To create a […]


Towards Justice for Trafficked Non-Citizen Women

Canadian Council for Refugees, Montreal, Quebec This national project helps lawyers and non-governmental organizations address and prevent the sex-trafficking of women and girls in Canada who are not Canadian citizens. It aims to build the capacity of organizations to respond to survivors’ needs, to strengthen advocacy efforts, and to eliminate systemic gaps so that these […]


Migrant Women’s Rights Project

Barbra Schlifer Commemorative Clinic, Toronto, Ontario This program offers support to women who are either experiencing or vulnerable to trafficking for sexual exploitation because of their precarious immigration status. A group of organizations in Toronto will provide services including trauma counselling, legal advice, access to primary health services, and housing referrals. The organizations involved will […]


Strengthening Our Journey: Women’s & Girls’ Empowerment

Fort Frances Tribal Area Health Services, Fort Frances, Ontario This project provides support services to Indigenous women who are at risk of, or who have experienced trafficking and other forms of violence. The goal is to provide participants with tools and resources to help them avoid violence, sexual exploitation, and trafficking. Fort Frances Tribal Area […]


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