We offer Best Practice Trainings & Workshops for (but not limited to) grassroots organizations, policy makers and advocacy based non-profits.
Our collective is interested in how marginalized communities are affected by existing and burgeoning surveillance technologies and how working people can create alternative technologies and frameworks for community accountability.
By enlisting our services, sex workers review your existing policies, practices and tech and assess impact, risk and outline the potential to mitigate, reduce and eliminate harm.
From law clinics to health practitioners to museum, gallery and archival spaces, our collective has talked about the impact of criminalization, technology and access.
We believe if you create tech that’s safer for sex working communities, you create tech that’s safer for us all.
We will create a tailored workshop experience for your specific needs, please fill out our Contact Form for details and availability.