Evaluation of Exit Programmes for Prostitutes Scheme (RUPS II)

Evaluation of Exit Programmes for Prostitutes Scheme (RUPS II)

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Summary

Both practice and scientific literature show that there are many barriers to exiting sex work and that it can be a complex process. In 2008, the first Exit Programmes for Prostitution Scheme (RUPS) was introduced by the Dutch government. It concerned a subsidy scheme to enable the development and execution of exit programmes. The aim of RUPS II is to offer a nationwide network of exit programmes. This document summarises the final report of RUPS II, in which the national coverage level of exit programmes is evaluated, and the distribution and management of the future structural funds for exit programmes and the achieved RUPS II results are investigated.

Publication data

Author(s):
Timmermans, M., Kuin, M., Leerdam, J. van, Groot, J. (ass.), Duysak, S. (ass.), Verbeek, E. (ass.), Born, M. (ass.)
Organization(s):
Regioplan Beleidsonderzoek, Cebeon, WODC
Place of publication:
Amsterdam
Publisher:
Regioplan beleidsonderzoek
Year of publication:
2019

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