This report reflects the experiences and views of people working in the sex industry in London in regards to trafficking. It demonstrates that for the human rights of sex workers to be protected and for instances of trafficking to be dealt with, the co-option of anti-trafficking discourse in the service of both an abolitionist approach to sex work and an anti-immigration agenda has to end.
- Executive Summary 1
- Recommendations 2
- Introduction 4
- Chapter One: Overview of Anti-Trafficking Policy in the UK 7
- Chapter Two: Human Rights in Practice: the impact of Policy 19
- Chapter Three: Human Rights Obligations and Anti-Trafficking Policy 28
- Chapter Four: Conclusions and Future Directions 36
You can download this 52 page PDF resource above. This resource is in English.