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A day after the Northern Territory parliament voted to legalise sex work, the Victorian government has announced the first large-scale review of laws regulating the industry since The six-month inquiry will examine workplace safety, stigma and criminal activity within the industry.
The Victorian consumer affairs minister, Marlene Kairouz, said the review was aimed at keeping sex workers safe. The changes allow the sex industry to operate within existing laws applying to other businesses, including employment, occupational health and safety, workers compensation, taxation and discrimination.
The legislation decriminalises the sex industry in order to improve the health and safety of sex workers. Previously, laws covering sex work were inconsistent, with some aspects subject to licensing and others still considered a criminal offence. They also fail to recognise that many people now work in the gig economy, Patten said.
Among the matters Patten will consider are massage parlours offering sex work services. The new legislation will be reviewed in five years. Topics Victorian politics. Reuse this content. Most popular.