Sex Worker Awareness Training

The Sex Workers Alliance Ireland (SWAI) are delighted to announce our new Sex Worker Awareness Training, available in the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland.

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Know your rights

Our Know Your Rights document includes information on the law, dealing with the Gardaí, and what do you if you are arrested

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Want to donate to the work of the Sex Workers Alliance Ireland? We staff a phone, provide outreach and support and ensure the voices of sex workers are heard in Ireland.

What we do

SWAI advocates for the human rights of all current and former sex workers on the island of Ireland (north and south), be they LGBTQIA+, hetero, cis, trans, people of colour, Traveller, disabled, able-bodied, male, female, non-binary, undocumented, migrant, drug-using, neurodiverse, or of any faith. SWAI does not require sex workers to disclose their personal circumstances or history in order to access our services. 

The work of SWAI is informed by and reflects sex workers’ diversity of needs. We want to emphasise that this is a dynamic process: individual and community needs will change over time, language will change, and we are still – and always – learning from our community.