Check out our new handbook on demand in the context of human trafficking for sexual exploitation! This handbook offers a snapshot and condensed version of all research findings of the last two years. The structure of the handbook is as follows: definition of core concepts such as demand, sexual exploitation and prevention; national legal and policy approaches regulating the provision, facilitation and purchase of sexual services; alternative measures to legislation for the prevention of human trafficking; and recommendations. The empirical findings are added throughout the different chapters. At the end of each chapter, the main conclusions and recommendations are presented. A final chapter centralises country specific and general key recommendations.
- Chapter 1 defines the core concepts of the research: demand, sexual exploitation and prevention.
- Chapter 2 synthesises the laws and policies adopted in our four case study countries (Croatia, the Netherlands, Poland and Sweden) on the provision, facilitation and purchase of sexual services.
- Chapter 3 identifies non-legislative tools that could be used in conjunction or independently of the legal framework to combat trafficking in human beings.
- Finally, Chapter 4 integrates and lists country specific and general key recommendations that resulted from this research.
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