Vesna Leskošek, Faculty of Social Work, University of Ljubljana.
Women from other areas of Yugoslavia, such as Sarajevo, came to the city because of the higher rates for prostitutes compared to their own areas.
They can also be expelled from the area the offence took place in for a period of 30 days to 6 months.10 In 2012, the Ministry of the Interior proposed criminalising clients but this was never presented to the Croatian Parliament.To order please contact: Book launch in Zagreb, we first presented the book Prostitution in Croatia and libertine club london new years eve Slovenia: Sex Workers Experiences (Eds.The government prosecuted 11 defendants (five for child sex trafficking, two for sex trafficking, and four for forced labour compared to four defendants in 2015.Croatian women and girls, some of whom respond to false job offers online, are exploited in sex trafficking within the country and elsewhere in Europe.The licence required the brothel to be well run and provide a quality service.Prostitution in Croatia is vendre donner echanger illegal 1 but common.Migrants in transit, particularly from Afghanistan and Pakistan, are forced into debt bondage by their smugglers to pay off smuggling fees.
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2 3, forcible prostitution, any kind of brothels, or procuring are treated as a felony, while voluntary prostitution is considered to be infraction against public order (for prostitutes only; clients are not in violation of law).
It not only complements the existing public health (Croatia) and sociological (Slovenia) insights about the phenomenon in the two countries but provides a rich sociocultural and socioeconomic context of the experience of sex work / prostitution for future research.
Article 162, Section of Offences of Sexual Abuse of Children, increases punishment to 1-10 years imprisonment if children are involved, or 3-15 years if there is also any compulsion.
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"Ženska prostitucija u Zagrebu izmeu 1899.4, many women from, bosnia and Herzegovina and, eastern Europe, especially from the, ukraine, work as prostitutes in Croatia.At the same time, the book provides recommendations for the design and implementation of policies that will take into account the voices of sex workers as well as good practices advocated by some international organizations working in the field of sex workers rights.The Criminal Code also makes third party involvement illegal.The best known brothels in Zagreb were the.The punishment is 6 months to 5 years imprisonment, or 1 to 10 years if there is any compulsion (force, threat, deceit, abuse of power) involved.The Bijela Lada (White Vessel) was known for its mandolin music and fine wine.Aleksandar Štulhofer, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, University of Zagreb.Another strength of the book is the production of research knowledge which is policy relevant; the authors make a range of recommendations informed by their findings and make a case for future polices and service provision which is informed by the needs of sex workers.The women working in the brothels had to have site de rencontre dialogue hot a twice weekly medical examination.Some prostitutes commute to the island.
While ideological positions which represent sex work as either forced or freely chosen often frame prostitution research, the research which underpins this book avoids such simplistic dichotomies.