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Prostitution in Moldova.
Prostitution in Moldova is illegal, but because it is Europe’s poorest country it is a major exporter of human trafficking for the purpose of the sex trade. [ 62 ] [ 63 ] [ 64 ] [ 65 ] [ 66 ] [ 67 ] [ 68 ] Human traffickers prey most on the women from the poor villages. [ 69 ] The country is the source of much of Europe’s human trafficking. Women and children are trafficked for sexual exploitation to Turkey, Israel, the United Arab Emirates, Ukraine, Russia, Cyprus, Greece, Albania, Romania, Hungary, Slovakia, the Czech Republic, Austria, France, Italy, and Portugal. [ 70 ] The authorities are trying to lead awareness among the population about the extent of this problem. During the last years, the authorities have launched numerous information campaigns, including one which consisted of billboards in the streets of the capital, Chisinau, depicting a girl gripped in a huge clenched fist, being exchanged for dollars, which read: “You are not for sale”. [ 71 ]
Prostitution in the Netherlands.
Prostitution is legal and regulated in the Netherlands, and it is common. Netherlands has one of the most liberal prostitution policies in the world, and, as such, it attracts sex tourists from many European countries and from the US.
Netherlands is listed by the UNDOC as a top destination for victims of human trafficking. [ 11 ] Out of all Amsterdam’s prostitutes, more than 75% are from Eastern Europe, Africa and Asia, according to a former prostitute who produced a report about the sex trade in Amsterdam. [ 72 ]
Prostitution in Norway.
Paying for sex is illegal (the client commits a crime, but not the prostitute). The law prohibiting the buying of sexual services came into effect on January 1, 2009, following the passing of new legislation by the Storting in November 2008 [ 73 ]
Prostitution in Poland.
In Poland prostitution is legal, but operating brothels or other forms of pimping are prohibited. Prostitution is present in various forms in the country and experts estimated that 18,000 to 20,000 women worked as prostitutes, many of them employed in “massage parlors” and “escort services” that functioned as brothels. [ 74 ]
Human trafficking is also a problem in Poland. Poland is a destination country for women trafficked from Bulgaria. It is also a transit country for women from Ukraine, Lithuania and Belarus. At least 3,500 Bulgarian women are in Poland and more than 1,000 from Ukraine and Belarus. [ 75 ]
Prostitution in Portugal.
In Portugal prostitution itself is not illegal, but organized prostitution (brothels, prostitution rings and other forms of pimping) is prohibited. Forced prostitution and human trafficking are also illegal. [ 76 ] By the mid-2000s, the number of female prostitutes was estimated at 28,000, at least 50% were foreigners. [ 77 ] [ 78 ]
Prostitution in the Republic of Macedonia.
Prostitution in the Republic of Macedonia is illegal, but flourishes in the balk lands. The country is a major transit point for prostitution to the west. [ 79 ] [ 80 ] The Macedonian government is trying to clamp down on prostitution. [ 81 ] . The trafficking of women for sex is worth billions in Macedonia and is considered to be run primarily by Albanian gangsters. [ 82 ]
Prostitution in Romania.
Prostitution is illegal in Romania. [ 83 ] [ 84 ] The government had considered legalizing and regulating it (in 2007). The Association for the Promotion of Women in Romania opposes legalized prostitution, as they view prostitution as “another form of violence against women and girls”. [ 85 ]
Romania is among the 11 countries listed by the United Nations as the biggest sources of human trafficking, based on reported numbers of victims. [ 86 ] Every year thousands of women and girls, some as young as 13, are kidnapped or lured by promises of well-paid jobs or marriage and sold to gangs who lock them up in night clubs and brothels or force them to work on the streets. [ 86 ] Homeless children in Romania have increasingly been trafficked under false pretenses and forced into prostitution in Berlin and Hamburg, Germany and Amsterdam, Netherlands. [ 87 ]
Prostitution in Russia.
Prostitution is an administrative, but not criminal offence in Russia (such as, for example, drinking beer in a public place or walking nude on the street). The maximum punishment is a fine up to 2000 rubles; however, organizing prostitution or engaging somebody into prostitution is punishable by a prison term.
Prostitution in Serbia.
Prostitution in Serbia is illegal and can incur a prison sentence of between 5 and 10 years. Prostitution is a major problem in Kosovo. [ 88 ] The police are unwilling to consider legalising it despite demands from sex workers. [ 89 ]
Prostitution in Slovakia.
Prostitution itself is not illegal, but operating brothels and other activities related to prostitution are prohibited. [ 90 ]
Prostitution in Slovenia.
Prostitution in Slovenia is illegal. [ 91 ] .
Prostitution in Spain.
Prostitution in Spain is not illegal, but owning or running brothels has been illegal since 1956. The pimps and owners of brothels are punished. However, there are many “whiskerias” or “clubs” (where prostitution takes place) and which are tolerated. [ 92 ] [ 93 ] Most sex workers in Spain use condoms.
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