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The Sexual Health Centre launches new resource for street-based sex workers with GOSHH and SWAI — No Bias, No Judgement, No Exception

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The Sexual Health Centre is proud to announce its collaboration with GOSHH (Gender, Orientation, Sexual Health, HIV) and the Sex Workers Alliance Ireland (SWAI), on the production of an information card for street-based sex workers who are working during the COVID-19 pandemic. This card was developed in cooperation with street-based sex workers, and contains practical advice to minimise the risk of transmission while at work.

On Friday 24th July, the Sexual Health Centre’s Outreach Worker, Susan Walsh will launch the new resource as part of a collaborative webinar. Alongside Susan Walsh, co-panelists include Trish Leahy and Becky Leacy (SWAI), Billie Stoica (GOSHH) and Marguerite Woods (SAOL Project). The panel will be chaired by Kate McGrew (Director, SWAI).

This collaboration followed the Sexual Health Centre’s #SafeRsexwork campaign, which was launched in April 2020.

If you are a sex worker and would like more information and support, you can contact Susan at susanwalsh@sexualhealthcentre.com. To avail of our free condom postal service, you can call the centre at 021-4276676 and ask for “the bag” – a suitable quantity and variety of condoms and lube will be sent to you.



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