Supporting The Right to Say "Yes" - Disability, sexual expression and human rights

A presentation that will explore how this community organisation raises the public and professional awareness of

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Emma Softly & Saul Isbister from Touching Base
Emma Softly & Saul Isbister from Touching Base

Emma Softly & Saul Isbister

Emma Softly is the Training Coordinator at Touching Base Inc.
Emma’s other roles include as President of SWEAR WA; Western Australia’s peer sex worker support and advocacy organisation, and as a Project Coordinator at Inclusion Australia.
Emma has 15 years experience as a sex worker and rights activist and has a degree in Community Services. She also has lived experience of supporting people with disability - with both her brother and her daughter being non-verbal and with profound intellectual disabilities.
Saul Isbister is the President of Touching Base Inc and was a co-founder of this unique charity back in 2000.
Saul has over 30 years’ experience as a sex worker and rights activist in New Zealand and Australia. He was also the sex worker representative on the NSW Sex Services Premises Planning Advisory Panel 2002-2004. Saul has been an author and co-author of several published articles relating to sex work and people with disability accessing sex services, and his community work was recognised internationally when he won the UK Sexual Freedom Award – Sex Worker of the Year 2016.

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