Scarlet Alliance practises affirmative action in all of its staffing, volunteer and leadership positions. This is an important part of our commitment to peer education. If you are a sex worker seeking to get more involved in your local sex worker organisation, check the position vacant section of our website, sex workers please apply!!!
Scarlet Alliance Webcast - See Peer Education In Action!
Sex Worker Peer Education Resources On The Net sensualdownunder.wik.is
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Policy Discussion About Sex Worker Peer Education
- Download Scarlet Alliance Affirmative Action polic
- Link to Rachel Wottons' presentation "HIV prevention strategies within the Australian sex worker population - an overview of successful implementation"
- Link to 2008 WebCast by Scarlet Alliance
- Alina Thomas, "Advocating for sex work organisations, Tasmania."
- Elena Jeffreys, “Migrant Sex Workers Research in Australia”
- Tansey, Lynne "The Corner" 2003
- Mawulisa and Robinson "Sex workers as educators," 2003
- Mawulisa and Robinson "Sex workers as educators," 2003 (Mongolian)
- Tansey, Lynne "The Corner" 2003 (Mongolian)
- Principles of Peer Education with Sex Workers Serena Mawulisa Discussion Paper from Scarlet Alliance National Forum 2002
Entering and Exiting Sex Work - A personal perspectiveMistress J personal perspective, download PDF
Mistress J with her bags packed
Users News "The Road Well Travelled" 2009
Julie Bates played a leading role in Australia’s early response
to HIV/AIDS and has spent the past three decades working to improve the legal and human rights of marginalised
people, specifically sex workers, injecting drug users and people living with HIV/AIDS. Julie was a foundation member of ADIC (the AIDS Drug Information Collective, the forerunner to NUAA) and was the first coordinator of NUAA. Today, Julie heads up Urban Realists, which provides
advice and support to the sex industry. In this interview
with User’s News editor Gideon Warhaft, Julie talks about the early days of HIV in Australia, specifically its
impact on injecting drug users.