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Our vision is to see a South Africa where sex work is recognised as work
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Our vision is to see a South Africa where sex work is recognised as work
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Our vision is to see a South Africa where sex work is recognised as work
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Our vision is to see a South Africa where sex work is recognised as work
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Our vision is to see a South Africa where sex work is recognised as work
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Our vision is to see a South Africa where sex work is recognised as work
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Our vision is to see a South Africa where sex work is recognised as work

Who We Are

Sisonke, meaning “Togetherness” is a movement formed by sex workers for sex workers. The organisation started after sex workers grew tired of being abused, isolated and suffering human rights violations. It was officially launched in the Western Cape, 2003 and has since established offices in six provinces: Western Cape, Eastern Cape, KwaZulu-Natal, Gauteng, Limpopo and North West.

Sisonke has membership all over South Africa and endeavors to set up offices in all nine provinces in the near future. Currently having a head office in Observatory, Cape Town, Sisonke has a staff complement of more than 30 employees nationally and continues to grow.


Sisonke Members

Roundtable discussion now on 2 reports: experiences of SWs throughout lockdown & expungement report…only 18% of sex workers felt protected by police during lockdown while over 80% reported physical, sexual and gross human rights violations #positivepolicing #decrimsexwork

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