Who We Are

We are a law reform organisation founded in 2018, made up of current and former sex workers and allies who support our values and objectives.  Our primary goal is the full decriminalisation of consenting adult sex work in the Australian state of Victoria.

We believe that a community of individuals with diverse skills backgrounds is best placed to achieve law reform in the sex industry. Our working committee is made up of volunteers with experience in law, sex worker advocacy, counselling, journalism, the arts, community development, health and mental health education.

We work with sex workers, allies of sex workers, stakeholders and relevant organisations to achieve our goal of changing the law, which will improve the working conditions of all sex workers in Victoria.

Sex Worker Representation

The Global Network of Sex Work Projects (NSWP) is an international organisation representing sex workers’ rights organisations across the globe. While Sex Work Law Reform Victoria is not yet a member of NSWP, our structure fits within NSWP’s definition of a sex worker-led organisation.¹


Last updated: 6 October  2019

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