A 2020 Pan-Canadian poll conducted on behalf of LAWC, CLES and CATW reveals Canadians are more likely to support Canada's Equality Model laws on prostitution. With a government evaluation of the PCEPA on the horizon, it will help ensure that the views of Canadians are represented.
In a Women's E-News op-ed, CATW Executive Director Taina Bien-Aimé reflects on the MTA's decision to advertise a "sex work pop-up" exhibit across NYC's transit system and the consequences of normalizing the sex trade, especially in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic.
CATW ED Taina Bien-Aimé issues a statement responding to New York State’s legalization of reproductive commercial surrogacy, pointing out its connection to trafficking in women.
PassBlue article looks at the uncertain future of the Beijing+25/Generation Equality Forum processes in the face of the spread of the novel coronavirus. CATW's executive director offers commentary on new developments.
CATW executive director Taina Bien-Aimé is quoted in PassBlue in piece looking at the six themes chosen to anchor the Beijing+25/Generation Equality Forum.
PassBlue covers UN Women response to CATW-led letter to UN Women about the Beijing+25/Generation Equality Forum processes.
PassBlue covers CATW-led letter, signed by 1300 people worldwide, questioning decisions made by UN Women in the Beijing+25/Generation Equality Forum processes.
InStyle features seven New Yorkers for the Equality Model advocates, including Laura Ramirez, CATW Program Coordinator, and Melanie Thompson, CATW Youth Outreach Coordinator, as they discuss why they are advocating for the Equality Model and against the full decriminalization of the sex trade.
CATW Executive Director Taina Bien-Aimé and Rebecca Zipkin, an attorney with our partner Sanctuary for Families, make the case for the Equality Model and against the full decriminalization of prostitution on WNYC's The Brian Lehrer Show.
CATW executive director issues statement opposing New York State bill that calls for decriminalization of pimping, brothel owning, sex tourism and for sex buyers to purchase marginalized people in New York.
In a Women's E-News column, CATW Executive Director Taina Bien-Aimé analyzes the consequences of two New York State bills on women and girls.