Sex Workers’ Voices Victoria, supporting you to have your say into the review into the decriminalisation of sex work!

/ RhED

Sex Workers’ Voices Victoria is a collaborative project between RhED, Monash University’s Michael Kirby Centre for Public Health and Human Rights, Sex Work Law Reform Victoria, Red Files and individual sex worker activists, aimed at facilitating Victorian sex workers’ participation into the review.

The project has several ways that you can participate. Firstly, Community in Conversation , targeted, peer facilitated online meetings for conversations about what is important to you when it comes to the law and your work.

An online survey where you can contribute your thoughts on the topics raised by the Terms of Reference of the review and one-to-one support to write individual submissions.

The information that is gathered through these processes will be integrated into a submission to the review, advocating for what you have told us is important to you, guided by the Principles for Model Sex Work Legislation.

Please check out the website to get started https://swvoicesvic.com/