Sex trade survivors praise Kiwibank stance on brothel-keepers
Wellington, New Zealand 10 August 12.00pm Kiwibank was right to refuse the business of sex-trade operators exploiting women and children, says Wahine Toa Rising, a …
Submission – Washington DC 2019
Ally-Marie Diamond Pacific Islander/ Aotearoa New Zealand Survivor Leader Queensland, Australia October 31, 2019 Dear Washington, D.C. Council Members and Chair Charles Allen My …
Why the Nordic Model? A view from New Zealand
A little while ago a reporter asked me why I campaign for the Nordic Model approach to prostitution (now also called the Equality Model). This …
Submission Of Ally Marie Diamonds (Diamonds) And Wahine Toa Rising (Wtr) To South Australian Upper House Select Committee Into Decriminalisation Of Prostitution (Committee)
While some women may choose the sex trade and don’t experience coercion, these women are the minority. We need to meet the needs of the most marginalized in the sex trade, who are coerced into selling sex due to life circumstances such as poverty. Most importantly we need to STOP, LISTEN, and show vulnerable women our respect by HEARING them, and SEEING them.
Sex trade harm exposed in survivor-led trans-Tasman campaign
16 Days of Activism against Gender-Based Violence’.