Subject: X-post # 10 [end-violence] Re: Strategies against trafficking
From: Jyothi Kanics (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Fri Feb 26 1999 - 09:26:11 EST
Date: Fri, 26 Feb 1999 03:51:37 -0300
From: Wellington Brasileiro <email@example.com>
Subject: [end-violence] Re: Strategies against trafficking of women
As a short list, I suggest:
1. Is the local government related to improve the sexual workers?
2. Is there any signal of male or female sexual tourism?
3. Printing of books, magazines, newspapers, thesis, or other kind of
technical work about sex workers?
4. Is there any regulation on places declared as environment of sex
5. Is the law enforcement registering all the cases of sexual abuses?
This is just beginning of a list for discussion.
Thanks in advance,
At 21:57 24/02/99 -0500, Melissa Stone wrote:
>In the meanwhile, what are the specific laws that we would like to see
>legislated and enforced to protect the economically disadvantaged sector
>of the population made up of women and children? Can we negotiate a short
>list so that we can develop consensus on a specific platform for action?
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