A – To promote the health, rights and wellbeing of sex workers in South Australia.
B – To advocate for laws, practices and policies that optimise the health, welfare and safety of sex workers.
C – To provide education and support services that empower sex workers to live and work with dignity and in safety.
D – To address the societal stigma and discrimination of sex workers.
E – To be an effective, representational voice for sex workers in South Australia.
F – To build strength, capacity and a sense of community among South Australian sex workers.
G – To provide education to the broader community and raise awareness about sex work and issues affecting sex workers.
H – To work collaboratively and congruently with the global sex worker rights movement.
I – To be focused on and driven by the needs, aspirations, concerns and issues of the diversity of South Australian sex workers.