[16. June 2006] "Forced prostitution overshadows the World Cup," IPS news agency reported this week. Millions of people have gathered at German stadiums for the big holiday of football. Not everyone is there on a voluntary basis, and victims of human trafficking are now seeking shelters near the large brothels set up for the World Cup.
At the same time, a new prostitution debate has reached Norway. Here, formerly brusque opponents of criminalization of whore customers have turned, and both Inga Marte Thorkildsen (SV) and Erna Solberg (H) have signaled that they will now consider such a proposal.
Unfortunately, the Norwegian debate has not been raised as a result of a new and genuine compassion for the prostitutes. It is erected because prostitution. . .
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