Nowhere to Go: A Public Dialogue on Youth & Sexual Exploitation
6:00pm, March 7, 2018
Rowe Building, Room 1020, Dalhousie University
Keynote: Dr. Lauren Casey
Co-investigator on The Ethics Project, Capacity Research Unit, UBC
Dametre Peverill, First Voice Youth
Charlene Gagnon, Advocacy and Research Manager at YWCA Halifax
Wanda Taylor, Executive Director of the Stepping Stone Association
Denise John, Victim Support Navigator
Kelly Toughill, Associate Professor, School of Journalism, University of King’s College
In Nova Scotia, youth involved in the sex trade or at risk between ages 16 and 18 have no programs, services, or support.
This forum focuses on the policy, research, and ethics surrounding these gaps, featuring a keynote and panel of experts in sex work.
In partnership with the Healthy Populations Institute (HPI), the MacEachen Institute, Stepping Stone, Canadian Centre for Ethics in Public Affairs (CCEPA), and the School of Health and Human Performance, Dalhousie University Faculty of Health, Dalhousie University.