DecrimQLD, Respect Inc and Scarlet Alliance welcome the introduction of the Criminal Code (Decriminalising Sex Work) and Other Legislation Amendment Bill 2024 today. We congratulate the Miles Government and Attorney-General Hon. Yvette D’Ath for progressing this essential reform.
Scarlet Alliance, Australian Sex Workers Association, rejects calls to ban new strip clubs from opening and the suggestion that strip clubs are responsible gender inequality and disrespect of women.
Stakeholders call for more transparency in the development of immigration policy, clearer visa pathways for migrant workers, and improved access to justice for those who are exploited, impacted by modern slavery or in trafficking-like situations.
Sex workers in countries where this has been implemented say it has negatively changed the power dynamic in commercial sexual transactions.
On Wednesday, the 30th of August, a Bill (Summary Offences (Prostitution Law Reform) Amendment Bill 2023) was introduced to South Australian parliament by the Honourable Nicola Centofanti, MLC (Lib). This […]
At least thirteen workplaces were targeted by Border Force and one raid included armed police.
Last week media reported the release of a man who has been granted parole after serving two and a half years for the manslaughter of Jingai Zhang, and the sentencing […]
During the Scarlet Alliance annual National Forum November 2022, AMSWAG facilitated a panel presentation and further discussion highlighting the current key issues for Asian migrant workers across unceded Australia.
This move by Scarlet Blue is a continuation of generalised discrimination by advertising platforms and payment processors against sex workers and sex industry businesses.
Recommendation to barr migrant sex work in Australia sparks fresh fears for rights of migrant workers.
About Scarlet Alliance
Scarlet Alliance, Australian Sex Workers Association is the national peak body representing sex workers and sex worker organisations and projects in Australia. We aim to achieve equality, social, legal, political, cultural and economic justice for sex workers.
Full Decriminalisation of Sex Work in Australia
Anti-Discrimination & Vilification Protections for Sex Workers in Australia
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Are you a current or former sex worker keen on advocating for our rights? Membership is open to past and present individual sex workers, as well as sex worker organisations, networks, projects and groups. Join us to connect, coordinate, and collaborate on sex worker rights issues across Australia!
SWOP is a community based peer education sex worker organisation focused on HIV, STI and Hepatitis C prevention, education and health promotion for sex workers in NSW.
Vixen is Victoria’s peer-only sex worker organisation, proudly run 100% by and for sex workers. Vixen promotes the cultural, legal, human, occupational, and civil rights of all sex workers.
Respect Inc is a non-profit, peer-based organisation focused on protecting and promoting the rights, health and wellbeing of Queensland sex workers.
SWOP is a community-based peer education sex worker organisation focused on HIV, STI and Hepatitis C prevention, education and health promotion for sex workers in NSW.
SIN is the South Australian Sex Industry Network (SIN). SIN is by sex workers for sex workers and offers peer support, education, information, advocacy and referral services for sex workers.
SWOP NT is a peer based health promotion service that engages sex workers and other sex industry stakeholders within the Northern Territory to work safely with competence in knowledge of the industry’s legal and Work Health & Safety requirements.
Magenta offers support, health services, education and information to female, male and transgender workers in the sex industry. Magenta provides outreach and in-house services to sex workers in commercial sexual services and small owner operated businesses.
Sex Work, Education, Advocacy & Rights WA is a sex worker activist group campaigning for law reform of the sex industry in this state.
Touching Base Inc
Touching Base is a charitable organisation, developed out of the need to assist people with disability and sex workers to connect with each other, focusing on access, discrimination, human rights and legal issues and the attitudinal barriers that these two marginalised communities can face.
Debby Doesn’t Do It For Free
Debby Doesn’t Do It For Free is an Australian sex worker art and performance collective established in 2002.