Decriminalisation is defined as removing the criminal laws and governing the sex industry with the same laws and regulations that apply to other businesses and service providers. If there is one thing the entire sex workers rights movement agrees on it’s that sex work should be decriminalised. While no one ever claimed that removing criminal […]
Victoria’s last consideration of its laws on sex work began in 1985 with a Planning Department Working Group followed by the Neave Inquiry into Prostitution which resulted in the Prostitution Regulation Act 1986 and later, the Sex Work Act 1994. Indoor sex work became legal for registered sex workers and in licensed brothels. At the time […]
Cheryl Overs (one of the founder of The Prostitutes’ Collective of Victoria and Scarlet Alliance) and Estelle Lucas (founder of Red Files) discuss the details and how we can get involved with the 2020 Sex Work Law Review on Behind Closed Doors with 3CR. Listen to the full interview on the 3CR Radio website.
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