• Creating a supportive network for sex worker activists to have opportunities for leadership and action on issues that impact their lives and the well being of their communities;
  • Ensuring the fundamental recognition of human rights for sex workers including their right to dignity, safety, equality and empowerment;
  • Supporting and promoting experiential leadership, the development of essential services and a continuum of services for active sex workers through class advocacy;
  • Supporting and advocating for enhanced prevention, education, health and healing for women in and from the sex industry.
  • Opening dialogue for the reduction of harm and abolition of the social economic and political conditions cause harm in the sex industry;

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