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RhED Resources

Pathways Program
The Pathways Program has developed a pamphlet outlining support services and other useful information.

Click here to read the brochure
All services free and confidential.
For more information phone RhED 1800 458 752 or email sexworker@sexworker.org.au

 

Shining a Light on Street Sex Worker Legal Rights 2013
In 2013, RhED and St Kilda Legal Service utilised funding from the Victorian Law Foundation to develop a resource for street sex workers informing them of their legal rights.

Click here to read the articles written by street-based sex workers in collaboration with St Kilda Legal Service,

Arrest rights

Sexual assault

Drugs & law

Body searches

Loitering

Property searches

Exempt escorts

Dealing with fines

Talking to police

Debt collectors

Mugs and law, protecting yourself


Pathways to Exit – Phase Three Evaluation Report 2013

The Pathways to Exit Program is a service for sex workers who are wanting to reduce the hours they work in the sex industry.

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The Migrant and Multicultural Sex Worker report 2012

RhED is pleased to release the Migrant and Multicultural Sex Worker report.

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‘Pathways to Exit’ Program Phases One and Two Evaluation Report 2012

Pathways to Exit is a case management program supporting sex workers who would like to explore alternative work and training opportunities outside the sex industry. The Pathways program was initially funded as a 12 month pilot however this was extended to two years until February 2012 and then extended another 16 months until June 2013. This evaluation report has been prepared at the end of the second phase (March 2012).

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Inner South Community Health inaugural research symposium

Inner South Community Health held an inaugural research symposium for members of the research, public health, and sex working communities on May 25th 2011. Presentations spanned several disciplines – including social research, health promotion and epidemiology  –  addressing a range of issues concerning the health and wellbeing of sex workers.

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