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The social position of sex workers; (full text only available in Dutch)
The study’s objective is to gain insight into the needs of sex workers and the support they require in relation to their...
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,...
The escort branche; Supervision and enforcement (full text only available in Dutch)
On 10 November 2009 a legislative proposal was submitted on rules regulating prostitution and combatting abuse in the sex...
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...
Prostitution in the Netherlands 2014
The goal of this report is to offer insight into the current state of affairs with respect to prostitution in the Netherlands...
Regulation of Prostitution and Tackling Abuses in the Sex Industry Bill (Dutch: Wrp); A research on the nature and scale, policy, surveillance and enforcement in the year 2014 (full text only available in Dutch)
In 2011, the Dutch House of Representatives adopted the bill ‘regulation of prostitution and tackling abuses in the sex...
Nature and extent of non-legal prostitution in 2014; (full text only available in Dutch)
In accordance with the assignment, the following four forms of non-legal prostitution are distinguished in this study:...
The social position of sex workers in the Netherlands 2014; (full text only available in Dutch)
The prime focus of this study is the social position of sex workers as perceived by the workers themselves, with the...
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...
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