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The authors, the Australian Institute of Criminology (AIC) and the Australian Sex Workers Association (Scarlet Alliance), would like to acknowledge the hard work and dedication of the following individuals and organisations in the development and administration of this project. This includes former and present AIC researchers, with particular mention to Dr Samantha Bricknell, the Migration Project Steering Committee and the leadership, staff and volunteer teams at Scarlet Alliance. Special mention goes to Scarlet Alliance Migration Research Officer Birdie Thirapat; Migration Project Officers Miya and Jum Chumkit; peer survey collectors Lisa Liu, Monica Chia, Nicolette Burrows, Rachel Wotton, Julie Bates, Nan, Wendy, Ivy, Sandra, Zara, Serena, Betty and Candi Forrest.

Appreciation and thanks are also extended to the Sex Industry Network South Australia (SIN), Sex Workers Outreach Project NSW (SWOP NSW), Sex Worker Outreach Project ACT (SWOP ACT), Respect Incorporated Queensland, Magenta Western Australia, Hustling 2 Health (a project of Resourcing Health and Education for the Sex Industry Victoria (RhED)), Sydney Sexual Health Centre, Melbourne Sexual Health Centre, the Empower Foundation (Thailand), and Zi Teng (Hong Kong).

More importantly, we would like to extend our sincere gratitude to all those at sex worker workplaces who accommodated our data collection, and all the sex workers who engaged with us and welcomed us into their workspaces.

Last updated
3 November 2017