SWEAT is at the cutting edge of sex worker advocacy, human rights defence and mobilisation in Africa. The 2016 world Aids Conference was held in Durban South Africa, where SWEAT held an exhibition stand in the hope to educate people about the horrific crimes sex workers face on a daily basis in South Africa. They asked us to put together a social media awareness video of their efforts and how they stood together at the Worlds Aids Conference 2016.
SWEAT has determined the discussions on a legal adult sex work industry where sex work is acknowledged as work, and where sex workers have a strong voice, which informs and influences wider social debates. SWEAT has campaigned for the inclusion of sex workers as respected and valued members of society.