Sex work decriminalisation in South Australia: The issues behind the bill
Posted on: Tue 8 Oct 2019
The bill to pass sex work decriminalisation in South Australia has been going around for a few months and has recently passed the Upper House of SA Parliament, leaving only the Lower House to go.
But as those who support the bill are still standing firm to their belief about decriminalisation, those who oppose it are coming out stronger than before – and being more controversial in their agenda.
Produced by: Jack Padley
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Claire Scriven, Deputy Leader of the Opposition in the Legislative Council
Tammy Franks, Greens MLC
Sabrinna Valisce, SPACE International
Basil Donovan, Professor of Sexual Health at the University of NSW
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