Position Vacant Office and Administration Support Officer
SWOP is seeking a highly motivated person with strong and concise oral and written communication skills and a strong attention to detail. The main duties of this role are administrative, including but not limited to, office administration, staff, management and committee support, data entry (... find out more
Positions Vacant; Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Outreach Officer
SWOP is seeking an Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander community member to work as part of the SWOP outreach team. The position provides outreach to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people engaged in sex work and providing sex for favours across NSW, with the aim of encouraging and supporting... find out more
Closing Very Soon; Submissions to Select Committee on the Regulation of Brothels
As a Member of the Community; you can put your opinion in writing without identifying yourself as a sex worker. Many other members of the community will be doing just that. They will not feel the need to identify what they do. Take advantage of being part of the community.
As a Sex Worker; you may want to say you are a sex worker and discuss the way changes to brothel regulation will impact on your work – this will be important for the Committee to understand the real impact straight from sex workers. However, if you feel you cannot identify yourself consider using your working name or another name and state why you are doing so – ‘for privacy reasons’ or ‘to protect my safety’
As a Manager or Operator; If you are involved in the sex industry you are a stakeholder and have a right to point out how changes to the regulation of brothels will impact on your work and your business.