The Sex Talk Show
1) Minimising descrimination and stigma towards marginalised people.
2) Educating communities aiming to change behaviour in our societies.
3) Promoting, protecting human rights of vulnerable groups.
4) Highlight impact of the harmful laws that oppress marginalised specifically Sex Workers.
Constance Nothando Mathe is the appointed Coordinator of the Asijiki Coalition. She holds a diploma in business management, and has previously worked as a volunteer for the Triangle Project, Desmond Tutu HIV Foundation, and Women’s Legal Center. More recently, Constance worked at SWEAT as a peer educator, helpline counselor, and site coordinator.
She is passionate about fighting for the rights of sex workers, speaking on behalf of those who are voiceless, and bringing about law reform.
An independent sex worker representative sits on the Steering Committee at all times, and attends all meetings. This is to ensure that sex worker voices are represented on the Steering Committee and that sex worker voices and issues are amplified in the decisions that the Steering Committee takes. The Committee is committed to a “nothing about us without us” approach.