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22/04/2014

Victims of sexual exploitation

Auteur : Institut Destrée - Millennia2025 Foundation "Women and Innovation"

Source : Helen Roos

 

 

 Victims of sexual exploitation

Over a four year period between 2008 and 2012, outreach workers estimated that more than 40 street-affected Inuit youth and adults – some survival sex workers; clients of drop-in social service centres; and others living in the community but experiencing periodic homelessness or run-ins with the law - reported experiences of grooming, baiting, conning and exploitation to perform forced sex work, either at the hands of their common law partner, boyfriend, parent or pimp. 

=> Direct link: Phase I – Service and capacity review for victims of sexual exploitation and human trafficking in Nunavut, FINAL REPORT, Prepared by Helen Roos, Roos-Remillard Consulting Services, November 2013, 159 pages

 

https://flipflashpages.uniflip.com/2/80041/322230/pub/document.pdf

 

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