SIN is working towards becoming incorporated. Incorporation is a legal status and requires us to develop a constitution (organisational rules) so we are asking sex workers what they want to be included. There are many ways to have your say, just give SIN a call. But in the meantime, if you are a sex worker, fill out our survey to have your say.
After the closure of
ACSA (Aids Council of South Australia) in August 2013, Scarlet Alliance, Australian Sex Workers
Association, was successful in securing the SIN funding, and is
committed to supporting SIN toward being its own independent autonomous
Sex Worker Organisation. After a period of uncertainty we now have a
full, re-energised team with great hopes for the future.
We are offering the
- Peer Support
- Peer Education
- Outreach Programs
(street, brothel, parlour and private workers)
- Sex Worker Safe
- Safer Sex Shop
- Needle Exchange
Plus much more! Give
us a call or visit us at the SIN Office.
Tuesday to Friday
9.30am - 5.30pm
: firstname.lastname@example.org / Phone : 08
We are concerned with
everything that concerns Sex Workers
Promoting the Health
Rights and Well Being of South Australian Sex Workers
SIN is a peer worker
organisation run by sex workers for sex workers.