1 edition of Trafficking in human beings and the 2006 World Cup in Germany found in the catalog.
Trafficking in human beings and the 2006 World Cup in Germany
Includes bibliographical references (p. 44-48)
|Statement||prepared for IOM by Jana Hennig ... [et al.]|
|Series||IOM migration research series -- no. 29|
|Contributions||Hennig, Jana, International Organization for Migration|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||48 p. :|
|Number of Pages||48|
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Get this from a library. Trafficking in human beings and the World Cup in Germany. [Jana Henning; International Organization for Migration.;] -- Prior to the World Cup in Germany inthere was considerable international concern that this event would contribute to a sharp increase in trafficking for sexual exploitation.
This report. The TIP report highlights that the World Cup generated widespread concern over a potential increase in trafficking for sexual exploitation to Germany for the duration of the championship. Given the sheer size of the event, the report cautioned that the potential for increased human trafficking surrounding the games was a tangible concern.
Prior to the World Cup in Germany inthere was considerable international concern that this event would contribute to a sharp increase in trafficking for sexual exploitation.
This report investigates whether the number of victims of human trafficking for sexual exploitation increased during this sporting event. Trafficking in Human Beings and the World Cup in Germany Author/publisher Jana Hennig, Sarah Craggs, Frank Laczko, Fred Larsson, International Organization for Migration (IOM) Availability View/save PDF version of this document Document type(s) Research/Study/Analysis.
The trafficking of women for the purpose of sexual exploitation received considerable attention prior to the World Cup in Germany. It was widely suggested that this sporting event would contribute to an increase in prostitution and a sharp increase in the number of women trafficked to Germany for sexual exploitation.
marked increase in human trafficking occurred in Germany during the World Cup 4 This comment will address the possible reasons for this result and what implications the World Cup raised for future international sporting events.
Although human trafficking involves forms of forced labor outside of prostitution, this. entitled "Trafficking in Human Beings and the World Cup in Germany", recommended that future event organizers and host cities should widen the scope of counter-trafficking activities to include forced labour, particularly within the construction industry, criminal activities and begging, and advocate more strongly for adequate reporting by.
In Germany, human trafficking policing strategies and awareness campaigns before the World Cup dramatically reduced the number of trafficking victims.
Public service announcements sponsored by the International Organization for Migration and MTV-Europe directed people to a special website that was created for anonymous reporting of human. events. The World Cup presents such an opportunity. From 9 June to 9 JulyGermany held the 18th FIFA World Cup and hosted 32 participating nations and thousands of football fans from around the world.
Initial commentaries surround-ing the sporting event suggested that the World Cup could lead to a potential. Human trafficking is the trade of humans for the purpose of forced labour, sexual slavery, or commercial sexual exploitation for the trafficker or others.
This may encompass providing a spouse in the context of forced marriage, or the extraction of organs or tissues, including for surrogacy and ova removal. Human trafficking can occur within a country or trans-nationally. Germany legalized prostitution inand German brothels have been gearing up for the confluence of legal sex and the World Cup, which is expected to bring million tourists to the country Author: Helene Cooper.
In its report, the Future Group said German authorities employed a coordinated effort to combat human trafficking related to an increased demand for prostitution during the World Cup of soccer. It involved public education, cooperation with social agencies and tight border controls.
ORGANIZATION FOR MIGRATION, TRAFFICKING IN HUMAN BEINGS AND THE WORLD CUP IN GERMANY 10 (). Hearings, supra note 1, at II (prepared statement of Mr. Michael Horowitz, Senior Fellow, Hudson Institute).
HENNIG ET AL., supra note 2, at 5. Due to the highly organized and secretive nature of human Rights in this area, which began in with a joint tation in Germany”, human trafficking does not simply amount to reducing organised crime, and also repre-sents a human rights challenge for key state players.
trafficking in human beings 29File Size: KB. Germany Win Opens World Cup ; Churches Condemn Threat of Sex-Trafficking Daniel Blake Sat 10 Jun BST The FIFA World Cup has begun in Germany, Friday 9th Junewith the hosts opening the tournament with an exciting win over Costa Rica, in what was the highest-scoring opening match in the history of the World Cup : Daniel Blake.
‘‘trafficking in persons report,’’ forced labor, and sex trafficking at the world cup wednesday, j house of representatives, subcommittee on africa, global human rights and international operations, committee on international relations, washington, dc.
the subcommittee met, pursuant to notice, at a.m. in room. GLOBAL SEX TRAFFICKING Human trafficking is a complex phenomenon fueled by the tremendous growth in the global sex market.
Exploitation is driven by poverty, uneven development, official corruption, gender discrimination, harmful traditional and cultural practices, civil unrest, natural disasters and lack of political will to end it.
This report, prepared by the Law Library of Congress, describes the programs of eighteen countries and the European Union involving combating human trafficking, with a special focus on the training of personnel. Jurisdictions include Argentina, Brazil, Canada, China, Egypt, England and Wales, European Union, France, Germany, Israel, Italy, Japan, Jordan, Malaysia, Mexico.
This Report was prepared by the Anti-Human Trafficking Unit (AHTU) of the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC), Global Programme against Trafficking in Human Beings (GPAT), under the supervision of Kristiina Kangaspunta.
The following persons contributed to the Report: Martin Fowke, AHTU, Research and Drafting. From sex shacks to mega-brothels The politics of anti-trafficking and the soccer World Cup. the W orld Cup, which was held in Germany and Trafficking in. The nuns said statistics showed that sexual exploitation rose 30 percent in connection with the World Cup in Germany in and .on trafficking in human beings.
Responsibility for all shortcomings of the report lies with the author who would finally like to thank P. Koslowski for her - quite in accordance with ILO philosophy - continuous but sometimes unsuccessful efforts to prevent me from working day and night.
Trafficking for Labour and sexual exploitation in Germany viFile Size: KB.germany's world cup brothels: 40, women and children at risk of exploitation through trafficking hearing before the subcommittee on africa, global human rights and international operations of the committee on international relations house of representatives one hundred ninth congress second session may 4, serial no.