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Government policies and sex work realities; Human trafficking in the regulated sex industry

In the Netherlands selling sexual services for money is accepted by law under certain conditions. Some sex workers, however,...

Publication | 06-04-2017

Intake interviews with sex workers by local authorities; (full text only available in Dutch)

Since 2009, the Dutch government has been proposing to implement new legislation to combat abuse in prostitution. Part of...

Research with publication | 10-06-2015

Current status of thirteen exit programmes for prostitutes; factsheet (full text available only in Dutch)

In December 2008, the then Ministry of Justice instituted the 'Exit Programmes for Prostitutes Scheme' (RUPS). This temporary...

Research with publication | 28-10-2013

Position of victims of human trafficking in the Netherlands; First trend report

This is the first evaluation of the position of victims of human trafficking. The Monitor Trafficking in Human Beings focuses...

Research with publication | 23-11-2007

Trafficking in human beings

The fight against human trafficking has become top priority on the political and investigative agenda in recent years. The...

Publication | 31-10-2007

Prostitution in the Netherlands since the lifting of the brothel ban

The aim of this study is to provide information on the state of affairs regarding prostitution in the Netherlands in 2006 in...

Research with publication | 24-04-2007

Evaluation of lifting the ban on brothels; illegal prostitution

In 2000 the ban on brothels was lifted. This study is concerned with the current situation in the prostitution sector, with a...

Research with publication | 13-04-2007

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