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Advocacy Normalizing Sex Work through
Education and Resources Society (ANSWERS)

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Our Mission

To have a community of Sex Workers that is fully integrated into modern day society: accepted, safe, respected, and afforded the same protections and entitlements to enjoy opportunities within Canadian society.

Breaking Barriers: Understanding Sex Work. Next public training: TBD soon - please stay tuned!

Join our 2-hour virtual training to demystify the sex work industry and challenge stigmas. Let's uncover facts, not myths.

Write to your MLA

Your voice matters!

 

Let your MLA know that you stand with us in advocating for the decriminalization of sex work and help reduce harm for sex workers.

One Time Donations

Make a one time donation whenever you can! 

Decide where your money goes in the organization, or a general donation for the greatest need.

You can also send an etransfer to info@answersociety.org

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Ongoing Donations

One time donations are amazing, but reoccurring donations help us plan for the future!

 

Please consider becoming a ongoing donor for as little as $5.00 a month!

Our Purpose

  • To promote health by providing support services, outreach, education, knowledge and mentoring to sex workers experiencing physical, mental and emotional distress.

  • To relieve poverty by providing food and basic necessities of life to sex workers in Edmonton and the surrounding area, who are experiencing significant economic hardship.

  • To advance education and promote health by providing resources, research and training to sex workers, law enforcement, health care workers, teachers, social workers and the public that will: creates a shared understanding of the important differences between sex trafficking, sexual exploitation and sex work; eliminate the stigma, discrimination and physical, mental, social and emotional harm associated with sex work by choice and necessity; and build healthy and safe communities of practice for all sex workers.

  • To advocate for better quality of life, safer working conditions and decriminalization of sex work through building and actively promoting positive and collaborative relationships and alliances with the public, community organizations, law enforcement and all levels of government. 

  • To receive and maintain a fund or funds and to apply all or part of the principal and income therefrom, from time to time, to qualified donees as defined in subsection 149.1(1) of the Income Tax Act (Canada).  

©Advocacy Normalizing Sex Work through Education and Resources Society 2020

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