Introduction to Working Alongside Women in the Sex Industry
About this event
Working Alongside Women in the Sex Industry: Introduction
This is a pre-recorded webinar with a live and interactive Q & A.
We have adapted and are offering our ever-popular open course online.
This course is delivered by a specialist frontline practitioner with substantial experience of working directly with women, as well as an in-depth understanding of policy, service creation and national context. The content is shaped by 20 years of practice and our continual bias of learning from women with Lived Experience.
The session aims to give:
- An introduction to the context– is it sex work, prostitution or human trafficking?
- An introduction to our approach and ways to connect with us
- Insight into your next step
- An opportunity to engage Beyond the Streets staff in a Q & A session
This event is aimed at making the sector stronger and to learn about a woman centred approach. We ask that all who attend respect this intention as this is not provided as an opportunity to debate the various political views to this issue.
Audience – any professionals in the charity sector /anyone who wants to learn more or hear more about a woman centred approach to working with women in the sex industry.
Spaces are limited for this FREE webinar so booking is essential. We suggest max of 2 places per project.
We will open the webinar 10 minutes early to allow a prompt start at 11:15 am.
Beyond the Streets reserves the right to cancel / postpone an event at anytime. If we have to cancel / postpone up to 2 weeks before the due date we will either offer you a refund or reserve you a place on another date.
We have a no refunds policy however if you cancel up to 2 weeks before the due date we will offer you a place on another date but no refund.
If you cancel with less than 2 weeks before the due date, no refund or place will be offered.
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