Kate Gibson 'WISH Drop-In Centre Society'

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Date created: 
2012-08-01
Keywords: 
Missing Women’s Inquiry terms of reference
Missing Women’s Commission of Inquiry
Wally Oppal
Testimony
Department of First Nations Studies
Downtown Eastside
DTES
Missing and Murdered Aboriginal Women
Abstract: 

Kate Gibson is the Executive Director of  WISH drop-in center society in Vancouver, BC., whose mission is “to improve the health, safety and well being of women working in the sex trade in Vancouver.” She discusses why WISH pulled out of the Inquiry, mainly because they were denied funding by the government.

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Disclaimer: All testimonies are the experiences and beliefs of the individuals interviewed. 

Language: 
English
Document type: 
Video
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File(s): 
Kate Gibson - Wish And The Missing Womens Inquiry Summit.mp4
Date available: 
2012-08-30
Citation: 
SFU Library Summit: Gibson, Kate. Interviewer, Johnson, Karen. Interview type, video recording. SFU Department of First Nations Studies. 2012. Research Assistants, Harrision, Don; Weasel Bear, Robyn. Department of First Nations Studies. ross, Dr. annie, Associate Professor. Funding provided by: SFU Teaching and Learning Development Grants
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