- Date and time
2010.02.04, 5:00 PM
The February 2010 edition of No One Is Illegal Radio focuses on migration and sex work, specifically on the root causes of migration, the effects of anti-trafficking legislation on women-identified (im)migrants, and the criminalization of sex work.
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This month’s edition of No One Is Illegal Radio features:
- A member of EMPOWER, a sex-workers rights organization in Thailand;
- Jackie from the No Human Is Illegal campaign working with Burmese non-status sex workers in Thailand;
- Nandita Sharma, author of "Home Economics: The Making of Migrant Workers in Canada";
- Jessica Yee of Native Youth Sexual Health Network;
- and (name withheld), a migrant sex worker in Montreal.
For a previous No One Is Illegal Radio interview with Nandita Sharma - "Smuggling, trafficking and open borders" (January 2008) - visit: http://nooneisillegal-montreal.blogspot.com/2008/01/no-one-is-illegal-radio-january-2008.html
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- Economic sectors
- Content types
- Target groups
(Im)migrants workers, Journalists, Public awareness, Researchers, Unions, and NGOs/community groups/solidarity networks
- Regulation domains
Right to unionize, Labour standards, Health and safety at work, Newcomers integration programs, Health care & social services, Access to permanent status, Employment insurance, Recrutement / placement agencies, Impartial hearing before deportation, and Status regularization procedures
- Geographical focuses
Canada, Ontario, Alberta, Manitoba, Quebec, British Columbia, Other provinces, and Federal