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.
Activists, survivor leaders, gathering in Madrid for CATW/CIMTM sponsored conference centering women and girls in ending sex trafficking and sexual exploitation, which will inform initiative of the 5.2 Global Partnership.
In celebration of it's 30th anniversary, CATW honors Football Hall of Famer Curtis Martin, Jr., Aaron Marcu and Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer LLP, and Rachel Foster and Alain Kodsi at gala event.
6 in 10 Ontarians oppose decriminalizing pimps, brothels and sex buying. 3/4 consider prostitution harmful to women and girls.
Passage of the Allow States and Victims to Fight Online Sex Trafficking Act (H.R. 1865) allows victims to hold websites accountable for criminal conduct, giving them access to justice.
Gloria Steinem, CATW, NOW-NY, Sex Trade Survivors spoke out about PornHub Pop-Up in NYC, urging mayor to halt the conglomerate's plans to open more shops in the city.