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Project Respect is an Australian non-government organisation which challenges exploitation of and violence against women in the sex industry. Project Respect was established in late 1998 to work with women and girls in the sex industry, and began direct service work in March 2000. They conduct outreach and offer services to women in brothels especially where there is a high concentration of women from non-English speaking backgrounds.They have a particular focus on women trafficked to Australia for prostitution, and other women experiencing harm and violence within the sex industry. Complementing direct services, they undertake advocacy and public education, and collaborate closely with partners in trafficking 'sending countries', particularly in the Asia-Pacific. They are committed to global solutions to the problem of violence against women in the sex industry, and work closely with regional and international organisations and networks addressing sexual exploitation. Project Respect offers training to health care practitioners, women's service workers, police, and others who may come into contact with women working in the sex industry, and trafficked women.
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