On 26 May 2017, the South African Law Reform Commission (SALRC) released its long-anticipated report on the regulation of sex work in South Africa. Unfortunately, the report recommends the status quo (i.e. full criminalisation) with a slight modification that includes diversion programmes for sex workers, with partial criminalisation as the second option. This outcome was deeply disappointing for Asijiki, along with many other human rights organisations. Consequently, the Multi-Party Women’s Caucus (MPWC) decided to host a summit on the SALRC Report, with the aim of providing a space for all relevant organisations and stakeholders to voice their opinions on the SALRC Report and on sex work law reform generally. The summit was held on 5 March 2018. See below all of the organisations that made submissions in support of decriminalisation of sex work.