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The annual National Forum was held in Melbourne with a rally in St Kilda raising awareness of the problematic sex work laws in Victoria and the criminalisation of street based workers. The organisation released key resources in including: A Strategic Plan was also released. Scarlet Alliance has had a number of oral presentations confirmed including: End criminalisation of sex workers living with HIV - Peer Ed stops transmission not criminalisation, Mandatory sex worker testing: Pin cushion or prevention: Our regional program supported sex workers from Friends Frangipani to attend and present Sex workers win anti-discrimination case; sending a message that sex workers have rights and will fight for them in court; and several e-posters.
The session was titled Sex, police, condoms, arrests and the United Nations: A lively lunch discussion as our panel of sex worker experts cover how law, enforcement and policy affect safe sex, human rights and health promotion. The Scarlet Road doucmentary was shown at the National Forum and Scarlet Alliance held a 4 week sex worker activist boot camp with invited guest speakers from each political party. Scarlet Alliance hosted a international speaking tour supporting speakers to travel to Sydney, Hobart, Adelaide and Perth.
The Sex Work Regulation Symposium: Best practice models for public and sex workers health showcased decriminalisation. A panel of international guest speakers toured Australia presenting compelling evidence on how different models of sex industry regulation impact on sex workers and health promotion outcomes. The presenters provided evidence from countries with different models of regulation including decriminalisation New Zealand and New South Wales, Australia , the criminalisation of the clients of sex workers Sweden and criminalisation Papua New Guinea - Sydney event only.
Questions and discussion will be promoted in this essential session for all concerned with BBV prevention, public health and sex workers health.
In August Scarlet Alliance held a public meeting for Sex Workers and Supporters in Hobart, Tasmania, the Money Upfront event drew attention to the lack of sex worker services for sex workers in Tasmania and major barriers for sex workers attending health services. The event resulted in the formation of the Sex Worker project in Tasmania. Scarlet Alliance held a sex worker only forum and a community forum to raise awareness of the lack of services for sex workers in Tasmania.