The Asijiki Coalition for the Decriminalisation of Sex Work (abbreviated "Asijiki Coalition") is a South Africa-based civil society coalition that advocates for the full decriminalisation of sex work in South Africa. The coalition was formed in August 2015 and consists of a membership of over 70 organisations including individual activists (such as Ayanda Denge), human rights defenders, lawyers, sex workers, and academics. Asijiki members include the Amnesty International, AIDS Healthcare Foundation, African Centre for Migration and Society, Desmond Tutu HIV Foundation, Commission for Gender Equality, COSATU, Doctors Without Borders (MSF-SA), Legal Resources Centre, UCT Gender Health and Justice Research Unit, One in Nine Campaign, Oxfam South Africa, Rape Crisis, Sexual and Reproductive Justice Coalition, Treatment Action Campaign (TAC), and many others. More information...

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