By Greggor Mattson
The Cultural Politics of eu Prostitution Reform strains case experiences of 4 ecu Union international locations to bare the best way anxieties over globalization interprets into guidelines to acknowledge intercourse staff in a few international locations, punish prostitutes' consumers in others, and defend sufferers of human trafficking in all of them.
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As Claasen explains BlinN’s critiques of Dutch antitrafficking legislation: We did some research on foreign intervention centers on human trafficking there are some that should not be there but there are others that might be victims but they don’t want to press charges and then Dutch legislation doesn’t offer them any more possibilities. But for us because they are already in detention for deportation doesn’t mean that we can’t anymore do anything to help her upon her return or if she gets out.
GM: Convincing? STATES OF ANXIETY 41 AG: That they were happy to sell themselves to men for money. And what, now can you earn enough money before you are 35 to have a pension that is going to support you for the rest of your life? That you are not going to be put in danger of violence or turn to drugs or alcohol to deal with all of this violence? No, they did not convince me that this is a happy life at all. For Commissioner Gradin, women are naive to think that prostitution can lead to independence.
When citizens see as the state, they are making a necessary virtue out of the tools at hand. That those citizenship tools of welfare policy are not unique to their own countries helps explain patterns of similarity. Chapter 8 applies the theoretical and empirical insights of the book to contemporary debates about globalization and the state. The international consensus over the problem of human trafficking is surprising given domestic disagreements over its relationship to prostitution. In each of the case studies, officials depict their legislative solution as the natural extension of domestic debates to deal with problems imposed from outside by neoliberalism or globalization.