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Georgia Proposes Charging Strip Clubs for “Trafficking”

In the United States, the Georgia House has approved a constitutional amendment charging strip clubs to “help combat child sex trafficking.”

The charge would be $5,000 or one percent of revenue on adult entertainment businesses, whichever is greater. The funds will apparently go towards a new commission responsible for coordinating services for victims of child trafficking, although details on this are very vague.

Activists Discuss Toronto Pan Am Games’ Impact on Sex Workers

Despite repeated debunkings of the link between large sporting events and trafficking, hysteria inevitably persists in the run up to every major sport event. With Toronto’s Pan Am Games scheduled to take place in July, church groups have already begun promoting the idea that the city will see an explosion of sex trafficking cases as a result.

Flawed Trafficking Bill Passes New York State Assembly

On Monday March the 16th, the New York State Assembly passed legislation that would allow for tougher penalties for traffickers, sending them to prison for at least five years and up to 25 years.

The Trafficking Victims Protection and Justice Act (TVPJA) was split off from a package of “women’s equality” bills that had stalled because of a disagreement with the Republican-controlled Senate over abortion rights.

Migrant sex workers may face increased scrutiny as Nepali and Indian police collaborate to strengthen anti-trafficking policies and programs

Migrant sex workers from Nepal are currently facing increased scrutiny from Indian immigration authorities and police as they travel through Indian airports to work in the United Arab Emirates.

New efforts to criminalise clients fail after UK politicians listen to sex workers and activists

Yesterday, Members of the UK Parliament debated and passed the Modern Slavery Bill. The bill was at its third reading, following a period where it had been proposed and debated by a small committee. It will now proceed to the House of Lords for consideration before receiving Royal Assent and becoming legislation.