‘Not acceptable to turn a blind eye’ to sex workers…

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The outrage over the closure of some of PEERS services continues in today’s Times Colonist:

Politicians, police and frontline workers are questioning the abrupt closing of a drop-in centre and pre-employment program for sex workers in Victoria. Crippling funding cuts forced the non-profit society PEERS to close its centre and cut its Elements pre-employment program. The organization’s day and night outreach programs will continue.

Read the article: ‘Not acceptable to turn a blind eye’ to sex workers using PEERS drop-in centre, MLA says

Source: Times Colonist

Author: Sarah Petrescu