The recent evidence of horrendous illegal brothels in Canberra using trafficked Thai women should be the death knell for South Australian Greens’ radical bill to completely decriminalise prostitution, urges the Australian Christian Lobby.
Incidents of alleged money laundering and large scale prostitution rackets as reported today in The Advertiser raise a warning against the Greens’ proposal to decriminalise prostitution in SA.
The Australian Christian Lobby calls on South Australian parliamentarians to reject the prostitution decriminalisation bill tabled this week by Greens MLC Tammy Franks.
The Australian Christian Lobby backs calls for an Anti-Slavery Commissioner as part of a two-pronged approach to protecting vulnerable trafficked women in Australia.
France is the latest country to adopt the “Nordic approach” to prostitution laws, first introduced in Sweden in 1999 reinforcing calls to adopt the effective measure in Australia.
The ACL has welcomed statements contending for human flourishing by Dr Rachel Carling-Jenkins MP in her inaugural speech to the Victorian Parliament today.
Last week Northern Ireland joined a group of nations leading the world in prostitution policy.
A Queensland parliamentary committee has opened the door for a proper examination of successful prostitution policy being adopted by countries across the globe.
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