- Ham, J. (for GAATW), (2014) ‘Brief to the Senate Legal and Constitutional Affairs Committee on Bill C-36: Protection of Communities and Exploited Persons Act,‘ Submitted 8 September 2014 by the Global Alliance Against Traffic in Women, International Secretariat (GAATW-IS) and Global Alliance Against Traffic in Women – Canada (GAATW-Canada).
- Ham, J. (for SWAN Vancouver), ‘Brief to the Senate Legal and Constitutional Affairs Committee on Bill C-36: Protection of Communities and Exploited Persons Act’ Submitted 10 September 2014 by Supporting Women’s Alternatives Network (SWAN Vancouver).
- Pickering, S. and Ham, J. (eds.) (forthcoming, October 2014) The Routledge Handbook on Crime and International Migration, Routledge.
- Ham, J. (2014) Body/Sex/Work: Intimate, Embodied and Sexualized Labour. By Carol Wolkowitz, Rachel Lara Cohen, Teela Sanders and Kate Hardy (Palgrave Macmillan, 2013, 261pp.£ 31.99 pb). British Journal of Criminology, published online June 7, 2014.
- Ham, J. (2014) ‘Immigrant and migrant sex workers talking about competition and cooperation in the sex industry’ RED: The magazine for the sex industry, Vol. 25. pp. 28-29.
Pickering, S. & Ham, J. (2014) ‘Hot pants at the border: Sorting sex work from trafficking‘ British Journal of Criminology. 54(1): 2 – 19.
Ham, J., & Gerard, A. (2013). ‘Strategic in/visibility: Does agency make sex workers invisible?’ Criminology and Criminal Justice, 14(3): 298-313.
Ham, J., Segrave, M., & Pickering, S. (2013). ‘In the eyes of the beholder: Border enforcement, suspect travellers and trafficking victims’. Anti-trafficking Review, 2: 51 – 66.
- Ham, J. for GAATW. (2011). Beyond ‘Supply and Demand’ Catchphrases: Assessing the Uses and Limitations of Demand-Based Approaches in Anti-Trafficking. Global Alliance Against Traffic in Women (GAATW): Bangkok. Available online at: http://www.gaatw.org/publications/MovingBeyond_SupplyandDemand_GAATW2011.pdf
- Ham, J. for GAATW. (2011). What’s the Cost of a Rumour? A guide to sorting out the myths and the facts about sporting events and trafficking. Global Alliance Against Traffic in Women (GAATW): Bangkok. Available online at: http://www.gaatw.org/publications/What%27s_the_Cost_of_a_Rumour-GAATW2011.pdf
- Grover, C., Ham, J., & Napier-Moore, R. for GAATW (eds). (2010). Principle and practice: GAATW-IS reflections on feminist participatory action research. Alliance News, Issue 34. Available online at http://www.gaatw.org/publications/Alliance%20News/Alliance_News_Dec2010_FPAR.pdf
- Ham, J. for GAATW. (2010). Beyond Borders: Exploring Links Between Trafficking and Gender (GAATW Working Paper Series). Bangkok, Thailand: Global Alliance Against Traffic in Women. Available online at: http://www.gaatw.org/publications/WP_on_Gender.pdf
- Lee, H., Ham, J. & Khushrushhahi, N. (2009, May 21-22). The role of trust and respect in reaching indoor-based sex workers: A participatory research project. Poster for “More Than a Catchphrase: Transformative Knowledge Translations in Women’s Health” Summer Institute 2009 organised by the Women’s Health Research Network, Canada. Available online at: https://docs.google.com/a/monash.edu/file/d/0B4H_ZYtDzv2USnRPRU9JTDBFU1U/edit
- Ham, J. for GAATW. (2007). Respect and Relevance: Supporting Self-Organising As A Strategy for Empowerment and Social Change. Global Alliance Against Traffic in Women (GAATW): Bangkok. Available online at http://www.gaatw.org/publications/Respect_and_Relevance_RRReport_final07.pdf