This multi-country pilot research study looks at the demand underlying human trafficking for prostitution and domestic work, two of the most common forms of exploitation of trafficking of women and children. It highlights three key findings regarding employer demand for domestic workers in private households, and consumer demand for commercial sexual services in selected countries in Europe and Asia. In both areas, the absence of effective regulation is an important factor in facilitating an environment in which it is not only possible but also profitable to exploit vulnerable labour.
Publisher: United Nations
Number of pages: 68
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