[Stop-traffic] Migrant Sex Workers from Eastern Europe and the Former Soviet Uni on: The Canadian Case,

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Subject: [Stop-traffic] Migrant Sex Workers from Eastern Europe and the Former Soviet Uni on: The Canadian Case,
From: Ann Jordan (Annj@HRLawgroup.org)
Date: Wed Jan 31 2001 - 10:43:01 EST


Migrant Sex Workers from Eastern Europe and the Former Soviet Union: The
Canadian Case, by Lynn McDonald, Brooke Moore, Natalya Timoshkina, Center
for Applied Social Research, U of Toronto, funded by the Status of
Women/Canada. Nov. 2000. "Abstract: ... This study explored the trafficking
in women from Central and Eastern Europe to Canada. The purpose was to
examine the circumstances under which the Slavic women came to Canada, their
working conditions when they arrived and how they adapted to the sex trade
in the strip clubs and massage studios. Their use of social and health
services was documented and recommendations for service delivery for this
population. In-depth interviews were conducted with 20 women, 15 agency
personel who had provided or were likely to provide services to these women
and 15 key informants who had extensive experience with this group of women.
..."

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http://www.swc-cfc.gc.ca/publish/research/001115-0662653351-e.html

Ann Jordan
Director, Initiative Against Trafficking in Persons
International Human Rights Law Group
1200 - 18th St., NW, Suite 602
Washington, DC 20036
Tel: (202)822-4600, ext. 27
Fax: (202)822-4606
trafficking@hrlawgroup.org
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