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Comparative study of women trafficked in the migration process

Janice G. Raymond

Comparative study of women trafficked in the migration process

patterns, profiles and health consequences of sexual exploitation in five countries (Indonesia, the Philippines, Thailand, Venezuela and the United States)

by Janice G. Raymond

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Published by Coalition Against Trafficking in Women in North Amherst, MA .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Prostitution -- Case studies,
  • Women migrant labor -- Case studies

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliography.

    StatementJanice G. Raymond, international coordinator [with] Jean D"Cunha...[et al.]
    ContributionsCoalition Against Trafficking in Women
    The Physical Object
    Paginationvii, 236 p.
    Number of Pages236
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21155476M

    Canadian Woman Studies/Les Cahiers de la Fe nos. 3–4 (Spring/Summer ): 26– “A Comparative Study of Women Trafficked in the Migration Process: Patterns, Profiles and Health Consequences of Sexual Exploitation in Five Countries (Indonesia, the Philippines, Thailand, Venezuela and the United States).”.   Abstract. This chapter analyses the changing construction of trafficking as a global issue. It considers amongst other factors the first international conferences and conventions which introduced a new perspective to trafficking compared with the early twentieth century idea of ‘White trade’, which linked it strictly to prostitution.

    This report examines human trafficking and smuggling trends and routes to Europe, and profiles the facilitators and clients/victims of such activities. It also offers a menu of policy options that are likely to reduce trafficking and smuggling flows, noting that such policies must be multifaceted to address a variety of contributing factors simultaneously. A comparative study of women trafficked in the migration process. Patterns, profiles, and health consequences of sexual exploitation in five countries (Indonesia, the Philippines, Thailand, Venezuela, and the United States.) (PDF, KB). Amherst, MA: Coalition Against Trafficking in Women. Retrieved Novem

      The Link Between Prostitution and Sex Trafficking. Bureau of Public Affairs Washington, DC Novem The U.S. Government adopted a strong position against legalized prostitution in a December National Security Presidential Directive based on evidence that prostitution is inherently harmful and dehumanizing, and fuels trafficking in persons, a form of modern-day slavery.   A Comparative Study of Women Trafficked in the Migration Process. Ford Foundation, New York. Ford Foundation, New York. [5] Swedish Ministry of Industry, Employment, and Communications.


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North Amherst, MA: Coalition Against Trafficking in Women, La Organización de los Estados Americanos (OEA) es el organismo regional más antiguo del mundo, cuyo origen se remonta a la Primera Conferencia Internacional Americana, celebrada en Washington, D.C., del 2 de octubre de al 19 de abril de En esta reunión, se acordó crear la Unión Internacional de Repúblicas Americanas.

La Carta de la OEA se firmó en Bogotá en y entró en. trafficking in the United States. This study by the Coalition Against Trafficking Women is the first to research both international and domestic trafficking of women for sexual exploitation in the United States and to include primary research information from interviews with trafficked and prostituted women in the sex industry.

proceedings from the Human Rights Conference on the Trafficking of Asian Women", April, Quezon City, Philippines, CATW: Asia. • Coalition Against Trafficking in Women,"A Comparative Study of Women Trafficked in the Migration Process", North Amherst, MA, USA: CATW.

Explores the various dimensions of the feminization of migration and the trafficking of women and girls for work as domestics, live-in caregivers, idustrial labourers, and for sex work.

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Coalition Against Trafficking in Women. OCLC Book chapters. Raymond, Janice G. "Class matters: Yes it does". Topics covered under the United States include migration trends of women and sex trafficking into the United States. Comparative Study of Women Trafficked in the Migration Process Skip to.

Trafficking in the Philippines for Sexual Purposes, remedies this deficiency. It is particularly useful to this study because it offers a thorough analysis of the profile of victims and traffickers of children from several cities across the Philippines. It also 6 Janice G.

Raymond and others, The Comparative Study of Women Trafficked in the. Raymond, J.G. et al. A Comparative Study of Women Trafficked in the Migration Process: Patterns, Profiles and Health Consequences of Sexual Exploitation in Five Countries (Indonesia, the Philippines, Thailand, Venezuela and the United States).

The U.N. states that women account for % of all human trafficking victims detected globally, while two-thirds of trafficked children are girls (U.N. Office of Drugs & Crime, ). A Comparative Study of Women Trafficked in the Migration Process Get Help If you or someone you know needs help leaving sex trafficking or sexual exploitation, please check out.

The trafficking-migration nexus holds promise in facilitating a modicum of convergence in the theoretical divide – i.e. intrastate vs. interstate - that currently prevails in migration studies.

The study of trafficking therefore has lessons and opportunities for advancing migration studies. A Comparative Study of Women Trafficked in the Migration Process: Patterns, Profiles and Health Consequences of Sexual Exploitation in Five Countries (Indonesia, the Philippines, Thailand, Venezuela and the United States).

New York, NY: Coalition Against Trafficking in Women. also prevents the gathering of data for comparative studies, thus further hampering policy development. There are three main legal frameworks from which researchers in the U.S.

typically use to interpret trafficking activities: (1) the UN Protocol to Prevent, Suppress, and. The exploitation and trafficking of men, women and children is a humanitarian problem of global scale.

A recent study estimates that at least 12 million people worldwide are trapped in conditions of forced labour. Around a fifth of these are being exploited as a result of human trafficking. These forms of modern day slavery have become one of.

44 ABSTRACT This study aims to focus on the challenges behind the migration process of trafficking survivors in their families and communities in Bangladesh. In doing so, this research tries to explore the experiences of trafficked survivors in the process of being trafficked, their life in brothel and returning to Bangladesh.

Bangladesh is mainly a country of origin for trafficking in women and children. Illegal migration and trafficking of females occurs along the path of the Indo-Bangladesh open border.

One agency reported that aboutBangladeshi women and children were trafficked in the last decade of the past century. (Business Recorder ).