Russian sex slavery
But beneath the buzzing, celebratory atmosphere lies a black market of human misery. Major sporting events including the World Cup , the Olympics , and the Super Bowl always spark warnings over an influx of trafficked workers, many of whom are the victims of forced prostitution. But experts dispute whether such events intensify the problem of human trafficking. Concrete figures are notoriously elusive.
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Sex Trafficking After Communism
Russia - United States Department of State
The Global Slavery Index estimates that , people lived in conditions of modern slavery in Russia on any given day in , reflecting a prevalence rate of 5. Eighty-three of those were confirmed as victims of trafficking in persons and slave labour, and were child victims of trafficking or other types of sexual exploitation. Additionally, 1, individuals were prosecuted, and 1, individuals were convicted for trafficking or trafficking-related offences in Forced labour in Russia predominantly occurs in informal and less regulated industries. Forms of labour exploitation can be found in a variety of sectors, such as agriculture, construction, domestic work, begging, trash collection, and illegal logging. Seventeen workers have reportedly died on World Cup stadium sites in Russia.
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Putin Doesn’t Care about Sex Trafficking
Skip to Content. When the world thinks of the consequences of the Soviet Union collapse in , sex trafficking is certainly not the first to come to mind. The image projected to the world during this time was a politically and economically unstable regime in dire need of rehabilitation.
Efforts to crack down on human trafficking in Russia focus not only on the men, women, and children who are illegally shipped out of Russia to undergo forced labor and sexual exploitation in other countries, but also those who are illegally brought into Russia from abroad. In , the International Labour Organization reported that forced labor is the most predominant form of trafficking in Russia. Men, women and children from Russia and from other countries—such as Belarus, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Uzbekistan, Ukraine and Moldova—are subjected to conditions of debt bondage and forced labor , including in the construction industry, in textile shops, and in the agricultural and fishing sectors.
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