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Desafíos 2011, 23 1

Author: Sandra Milena Cardozo Lozano

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Desafíos ISSN: 0124-4035 revistadesafios.urosario@gmail.com Universidad del Rosario Colombia Cardozo Lozano, Sandra Milena Feminist Debate around ‘Trafficking’ in Women for the Purpose of Sexual Exploitation in Prostitution Desafíos, vol.
23, núm.
1, enero-junio, 2011, pp.
217-257 Universidad del Rosario Bogotá, Colombia Available in: http:--www.redalyc.org-articulo.oa?id=359633169007 How to cite Complete issue More information about this article Journals homepage in redalyc.org Scientific Information System Network of Scientific Journals from Latin America, the Caribbean, Spain and Portugal Non-profit academic project, developed under the open access initiative Feminist Debate around ‘Trafficking’ in Women for the Purpose of Sexual Exploitation in Prostitution Sandra Milena Cardozo Lozano* Artículo Recibido: 1 de diciembre de 2010 Artículo Aprobado: 20 de febrero de 2011 Para citar este artículo: Serrano, Enriqueta y Navarrete, Paola (2011).
Retos de la adhesión de Turquía a la Unión Europea.
Desafíos 23 I, pp.
217-257. Abstract Women trafficking, as a widespread phenomenon, is a complex topic with manifold consequences which have a direct bearing on the way in which the problem of trafficking is understood by regulatory institutions and their proposed solutions. The governmental strategy must respond to this multidimensional phenomenon through state tools to counteract the effects of crime and recognize that women, men, children and adolescents may be indiscriminately vulnerable to this scourge. Nevertheless, we must recognize that, due to cultural facts, women and girls constitute the majority of its victims and specific actions are required for them. Key words: feminist debate, trafficking in women, prostitution, sexual exploitation, intimate citizenship. * Master in Women and Gender Studies.
Central European University, Hungary and Oviedo University, Spain.
Internationalist and political scientist.
Rosario University, Colombia. Des...





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