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We demand a transparent, supportive consultation process where sex workers are meaningfully involved.

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On the 9th of May, 2016 the NSW government published their response to the inquiry and reaffirmed their commitment and support for decriminalisation as a best practice and successful model of regulation of the sex industry.

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Downloadable PDF statement Go straight to downloads • Stepping up the Evidence on HIV and Sex Work: Decriminalise Sex Work Now!

Sex Workers at AIDS 2014 Downloadable here • Key Issues: Sex Worker Policy Issues in Australia - a briefing sheet from our National Forum 2014 Downloadable here Find out more about the Scarlet Alliance National Training and Assessment Program.

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.

We'd like to give special thanks to the Tasmanian Premier Will Hodgman and staff at DPa C for stepping up to ensure sex workers in Tasmania are not left behind.

However, the NSW Government will not be introducing the licensing model described by the final report of the Select Committee because reintroducing such significant regulatory burdens and police involvement risks creating similar outcomes to recriminalising sex work.” Minister for Better Regulation, Victor Dominello said: “the evidence from other jurisdictions is that licensing simply doesn’t work.” You can view the video here.

(Skip to 1 hour 56 minute mark to watch Jules speak) Five priorities that APNSW and Pacific members will work on over the next three years have now been published online.

Scarlet Alliance CEO Jules Kim explained, “licensing and the re-introduction of police as regulators would have been a significant step backwards.” Touching Base President, Saul Ibister spoke of the relief they felt seeing, “the NSW Government take a sensible, evidence-based response.” In their response, the government wrote: “The NSW Government will continue its current body of work to examine the issues relating to the regulation of brothels, to ensure that any system meets community expectations, combats criminal activity and protects vulnerable individuals from exploitation.

The NSW Government has considered the regulatory recommendations of the final report of the Select Committee's inquiry as part of this work, as well as evidence-based best practice internationally and domestically.

Are you a sex worker wanting to increase your sex worker social networks, know where to go for services, get information about your rights and responsibilities as a sex worker, get an Ugly Mugs update or access peer support? There is a sex worker organisation or project in each state and territory of Australia.

Peer Educators provide information with the knowledge and experience of having worked as a sex worker.

To join Scarlet Alliance download the membership form or complete the NEW ON-LINE MEMBERSHIP FORM 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.

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