These organisation are unions, health organisations, women’s services, sex worker rights organisations, legal services, political groups and community organisations that support the work of the Sex Industry Decriminalisation Action Committee (SIDAC) and the complete decriminalisation of sex work in South Australia.

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Embolden is South Australia’s peak body of domestic, family and sexual violence services. They lobby and advocate for women’s rights to respect, safety and self-determination.

Soroptimist International is a global volunteer movement where women work together to transform the lives of women and girls across the world.

The Working Women’s Centre SA Inc is a non-government organisation that provides information, advice and representation to vulnerable workers residing in South Australia about their rights at work.

SHINE SA is a leading not-for-profit provider of primary care services and education for sexual and relationship wellbeing. SHINE is a key sexual health agency in South Australia who work in partnership to improve the sexual health and wellbeing of South Australians.

WLASA aim is to promote justice and equality for all women and they are committed to improving the career prospects for women within the legal profession.

YWCA Australia is our country’s leading feminist organisation. They’re a strong, united, proudly women-led organisation achieving real change through our advocacy and programs for women, young women and girls.

EOC work with a range of businesses and organisations in South Australia who want to be proactive about equality, diversity and inclusion in the workplace.

The 12 Clubs of Zonta International District 23 Area 2 (SA and NT) are part of a global service organisation of professionals empowering women worldwide through service and advocacy. 

SA Unions is the peak trade union council for South Australia representing more than 160,000 union members in industries right across the state.

SAMESH  provide people with information, education, and programs to enhance their sexual health and well-being. These services are open to people of all cultural backgrounds and gender experiences.

The South Australian Rainbow Advocacy Alliance (SARAA) advocates for the health and welfare needs of LGBTIQ people in South Australia.

Representing the interests of approximately 135,000 members across the country, the Australian Municipal, Administrative, Clerical and Services Union, trading as the Australian Services Union or, just simply, the ASU, is one of the largest trade unions in Australia.

The Health Services Union SA/NT is a specialist health union representing members working in the health and community services sector.

Positive Life SA Inc is an organisation acting as an independent voice for HIV positive people in South Australia to ensure that their lived experiences directed the provision of effective health and wellbeing support services and activities.

Scarlet Alliance – Australian Sex Workers Association aims to achieve equality, social, legal, political, cultural and economic justice for past and present workers in the sex industry, in order for sex workers to be self-determining agents, building their own alliances and choosing where and how they work.

SIN (Sex Industry Network) is a rights-based organisation by sex workers for sex workers & offers peer support, education, information, advocacy and referral services for sex workers.

Active Left is a community for union members and progressive activists to come together and share, discuss and contribute ideas.

BPW Adelaide advocates for women and develops leadership through building women’s competence, capacity and confidence in their personal and professional arenas. Members work to take action for women’s equality at work, on boards and in the economy.

 The Women’s Community Centre is one of the oldest Community Centres in South Australia and the only “women’s only” community centre in the metropolitan area. We provide a wide range of services to the women of Adelaide and surrounding communities.

Aboriginal Health Council of SA work in ways that maximise the capacity of the Aboriginal community in determining their health and wellbeing by ensuring community participation and community ownership. They ensure the Aboriginal Health Council values cultural diversity, community history and knowledge, as well as community strength

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