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As Ontario gets set to debate a bill aimed to combat human trafficking, several legal advocates, community organizations and sex worker groups are sounding the alarm on the proposed legislation, saying it will only endanger Brockville Midland escorts sex workers by expanding police powers and lead to further targeting of poor and racialized groups.

The Combating Human Trafficking Act, or Billfirst introduced in February by Ontario Solicitor General Sylvia Jones, is set to go before the province's standing committee on justice policy this week. Arguing against the bill at the hearings will be a San Antonio Tx ma escort service of advocacy groups, including Butterfly Asian and Migrant Sex Workers Project, HIV Legal Network and No Pride in Policing Coalition, which held a t news conference Tuesday highlighting their concerns and calling for all political parties to reject the proposed legislation.

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She said on the heels of widespread calls to limit police powers, the bill in fact does the opposite. If passed, the legislation would require hotels to maintain a registry of Oakland CA prostitutes nude guest who checks in, including their name and address, and police officers and First Nations constables to more easily access a hotel's registry if "there are reasonable grounds" to believe that information might help to locate a victim of human trafficking or someone at risk of trafficking.

It would also allow inspectors warrantless entry into any place not classified as a dwelling, Kaylee Knoxville TN escort review records or question individuals. She said officers posing as clients targeted sex workers in their work places during the operation.

Another campaign, led by Hamilton police, aimed at protecting potentially vulnerable woman in fact saw women arrested for immigration infractions and bylaw crackdowns.

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Asked Tuesday Private Fairfield CA escorts she would address the concerns raised by the groups, the solicitor general maintained the goal of the bill is to crack down on the trafficking of young people, not to target sex workers.

The average age of trafficking victims, she said, is As for the groups' concerns, she said: "I would suggest that they need to carefully review how the legislation is being proposed. We've been very clear that the changes we're bringing forward are very focused on that young age cohort.

This is about young people who are recruited into human trafficking A spokesperson for Jones told CBC News the government engaged with various stakeholders to develop the bill, including anti-human-trafficking front-line service providers, community organizations, members of the Human Escorts in Dayton OH mb Lived Experience Roundtable, as well as sex workers' rights advocates. Other supporters of the bill, including the Opposition NDP, have meanwhile called for it to be expanded to require short-term rentals such as Airbnbs to maintain registers as well.

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They point out that trafficking can happen not only at hotels but at other types of temporary accommodations as well. A report by the Butterfly network's executive director, Elene Lam, surveying massage and holistic practitioners found a similar theme.

Nearly half of respondents said they experienced violence in their workplace, but less than seven per cent reported these incidents to law enforcement. That's because 60 per cent of respondents had negative perceptions of police, the report said. Forty per cent said they felt officers did not respect them as workers and instead treated them as criminals, Independent busty escort Columbus said.

More than one third of those surveyed reported that they had been abused or harassed by bylaw Asian escorts Savannah area or police officers, with 12 per cent reporting they were physically or sexually assaulted by law enforcement officers themselves. As a former sex worker, Indigenous Escort Kissimmee piccadilly Naomi Sayers echoes the concerns of the advocacy groups, saying Bill conflates sex work with human trafficking, treating the two as one and the same.

But actually, what it ends up doing is diverting resources away from victims and human trafficking and diverts them towards the police. I just want to work," said Lin Chan, a sex worker quoted in the groups' news release Tuesday.

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Toronto Why some sex worker advocates say Ontario's anti-human trafficking bill will do more harm Kansas City Missouri mayfair escort good As Ontario gets set to debate a bill aimed to combat human trafficking, several legal advocates, community organizations and sex worker groups are sounding the alarm on the proposed legislation.

Social Sharing. Anti-human trafficking efforts need to focus on 'root causes' "We know that law enforcement-led anti-human trafficking efforts in Ontario target poor, young, racialized men and women — often migrant sex workers — for surveillance, arrest and prosecution without meaningfully addressing the root causes of human trafficking," said Sandra Ka Hon Chu of the Personal mini storage Huntington Legal Network, speaking at a news conference Tuesday morning.

But Chu says in her experience speaking with sex workers, including a survey she co-authored, anti-human trafficking initiatives have been seen as "pretext to monitor and interrogate sex workers and discourage them from working.