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Project Summary

The Supporting Workers' Autonomy Project Yukon was created with the aims to engage peers to understand and effectively respond to their needs, to research and support the implementation of promising practices, develop policy recommendations and work to reduce social stigma to increase safety and options for people with lived experiences of trading sex and those who have experiences of exploitation/trafficking.

Mountains at Dusk

For People Who Trade Sex

Find out more about how we can support you.

Grass and Flowers

For Practitioners

Together, we can make our communities safer.

Mountains and Deer

Supporting Decriminalization

Why SWAPY supports decriminalization.

Mountain Lake

Connect With Us

Learn what SWAPY can offer you.


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Project Funding

The Yukon Status of Women Council has received funding from Women and Gender Equality Canada (WAGE) and the Yukon Government's Crime Prevention & Victim Services Trust Fund & Health & Social Services.