A part of our aim at Project Respect is to continue research and being involved in research relevant to women in the sex industry, including on trafficking. To learn more about these topics follow these links: 

Path to Nowhere: Women on Temporary Visas Experiencing Violence and their Children - Report of National Advocacy Group on Women on Temporary Visas Experiencing Violence 

Global Collaboration Against Human Trafficking Report: Fourteen Essential Principles for Working with Human Trafficking Victims 

"The Harms of Indoor Prostitution for Women: A Research Review" - Dr Anastasia Powell & Dr Vicky Nagi 2012 (for Project Respect)

"An open message of thanks to the Justices of the High Court of Australia" - Project Respect 2008

"One victim is too many" - Project Respect 2004

"Paying for servitude" - Kathleen Maltzahn 2004

"Sex slaves and legal loopholes: Exploring the legal framework and federal responses to the trafficking of Thai 'contract girls' for sexual exploitation to Melbourne, Australia" - Marnie Ford on behalf of Project Respect 2001