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This website is maintained by volunteer sex worker skills, energy and passion! To keep up to date with us on social media, like our Facebook page or follow us on twitter! Scarlet Alliance recognise Australia is a country built upon Aboriginal land, we pay our respect to the elders and custodians of this land, current, past and future, and stand in solidarity with the struggles of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.
Roberta passed away yesterday afternoon 26th June, You can read more about her work and legacy HERE. The MHR system has been around for more than five years as an opt-in system. On the 16 July , MHR will move to an opt-out model with a three-month period to actively remove consent to prevent a MHR being created for you by default.
Over organisations support Statutes Amendment Decriminalisation of Sex Work Bill Organisations from around the world have signed a letter of support for the South Australian Statutes Amendment Decriminalisation of Sex Work Bill that is soon to be voted on. You can read the letter HERE. Our Symposium at Brisbane parliament house was sold out and speakers received a standing ovation from the crowd.
Our National Forum will be in Sydney. The learning tool provides new or existing sex worker peer educators the required knowledge and grounding; and the assessment framework offers sex workers the opportunity to have our peer education and community mobilisation skills formally recognised. On completion of the multi-module assessment process, participants are awarded a nationally recognised diploma Click to read full article opens in new window. We demand a transparent, supportive consultation process where sex workers are meaningfully involved.
The bloodshed has drawn condemnation from the international community, including from here in Australia. Scarlet Alliance is delighted and relieved to announce that the Tasmanian Department of Premier and Cabinet DPaC have provided the Tasmanian Sex Worker Project with transitional funds in order that essential services may continue. We wish to extend our sincere and heartfelt thanks to the many sex workers, supporters, community organisations, state politicians and candidates and legal sector colleagues for their invaluable support that has ensured this positive outcome.