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Evaluation of Exit Programmes for Prostitutes Scheme (RUPS II); (full text only available in Dutch)
Both practice and scientific literature show that there are many barriers to exiting sex work and that it can be a complex...
Internet sources in the Netherlands
Evaluation of the institute of the National Rapporteur on trafficking in human beings and sexual violence against children; (full text only available in Dutch)
On 1 April 2000, the Netherlands, as the first European nation to do so, appointed a Rappor-teur on Trafficking in Human...
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,...
Criminal exploitation of minors in the Netherlands; (full text only available in Dutch)
The following research questions were central to this study: What is known about the criminal exploitation of minors in...
On the boundaries of what we can measure; The methodological quality of international studies on the prevalence of prostitution related human trafficking with emphasize on North West Europe (full text only available in Dutch)
In response to a motion made by Dutch members of parliament Segers and Van der Staaij, a literature study was conducted...
Elder abuse; (full text only available in Dutch)
Although attention for elder abuse has been growing in the last couple of years, it is still difficult to get to grips with...
Evaluation of the pilot on categorical accommodation and assistance for victims of trafficking in human beings; (full text available only in Dutch)
In response to a shortage of suitable shelter facilities, the Dutch government started a pilot project on categorical...
The informal economy; (full text available only in Dutch)
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