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Sex Work Law Reform Victoria
Safety. Equality. Justice.
Who We Are
Why are We Calling for the Decriminalisation of Sex Work?
Allies and Stakeholders
What is Sex Work?
Who Are Sex Workers?
What Are Sex Work Laws?
Sex Work Laws in Victoria
The Problems with Victoria’s Existing Laws
How the Majority of Victorian Sex Workers Are Exposed to Criminal Prosecution
The Benefits of Decriminalising Sex Work
Decriminalisation Does NOT Mean Complete Deregulation of the Sex Industry
What is the Full Decriminalisation of Sex Work?
Who Supports the Decriminalisation of Sex Work?
What’s Wrong With the Nordic Model?
Centrelink and Sex Work
Consumer Affairs Victoria (CAV)
Department of Health and Human Services Victoria (DHHS)
SWA (License) Numbers Explained
How the Victorian Parliament Works
The Law: A Guide for Sex Workers
A Guide for Sex Workers
Private Sex Worker Laws
Brothel Worker Laws
Escort Agency Worker Laws
Street-Based Sex Work Laws
Paying for Sex: What’s Legal?
Private Sex Workers
Brothel Sex Workers
Escort Agency Workers
Street-Based Sex Workers
Enforcing Street Solicitation Laws
Migrant Sex Workers
Male Sex Workers
Straight Male Sex Workers
The Sex Industry
Why is the Number of Legal Brothels Decreasing?
Human Trafficking in Victoria’s Sex Industry
Sex Industry Myths Busted
Top Myths About Sex Work in Australia
Top 5 Myths about Victoria’s Licensing Model
Top 5 Myths About Decriminalisation
Top 5 Benefits of Decriminalisation
News and Media
SWLRV News and Media
Sex Work and the Law in the Media
International Decriminalisation Campaigns
The Sex Industry
2. Brothel Owners
3. Brothel Managers
4. Why is the Number of Legal Brothels Decreasing?
5. Human Trafficking in Victoria's Sex Industry