[CML 028475] マドレーヌ・リース平和と自由国際女性連盟事務局長の性売買論。

Maeda Akira maeda at zokei.ac.jp
2013年 12月 25日 (水) 10:57:20 JST

前田 朗です。




*/The Gendered Dimensions of Sex Trafficking/*

By Madeleine Rees - Secretary General of the Women’s International
League for Peace and Freedom

*Direct Link to Full 12-Page 2012 Document:*


The entire trafficking cycle from beginning to end is highly gendered:
from the root causes that make women vulnerable to trafficking, to the
normalization and implicitness of demand, and the gendered institutional
responses and policy approaches to anti-trafficking.

The author argues that the insistence on prioritizing law enforcement,
migration and prostitution above human rights as the key factors of
anti-trafficking response is to perform a profound misdiagnosis which
has lasting and very negative consequences for the women trafficked.

The gendered nature of the trafficking cycle is explored and a response
suggested based on lessons learned during time the author has spent in
Bosnia and Herzegovina. Three steps for approaching sex trafficking are
outlined: first, a gendered understanding of the problem; secondly, an
analysis of how gender affects institutional cultures, and finally,
recognition of the agency of the women involved.

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