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Handbook on demand in the context of human trafficking for sexual exploitation

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.

 

Author:

 

VRIJE UNIVERSITEIT BRUSSEL

 

Contributing partners:

 

FLIGHT

TILBURG UNIVERSITY

UPPSALA UNIVERSITY

WARSAW UNIVERSITY

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