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Numbers take on a life of their own, gaining acceptance through repetition, often with little inquiry into their derivations.Journalists, bowing to the pressures of editors, demand numbers, any number.• The definition of "trafficking" has been controversial.There was no internationally accepted definition until the signing of the UN Protocol to Prevent, Suppress and Punish Trafficking in Persons in December 2000.There are so many figures floating around that UNESCO (United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization) is developing a database to compile and compare the various published statistics.The introduction to UNESCO's Trafficking Statistics Project summarizes the problem: "When it comes to statistics, trafficking of girls and women is one of several highly emotive issues which seem to overwhelm critical faculties.
The UNESCO TRAFFICKING STATISTICS PROJECT is a first step toward clarifying what we know, what we think we know, and what we don't know about trafficking." This chart (pdf file) from the UNESCO project illustrates the wildly varying data on human trafficking produced by government organizations and NGOs (non-governmental organizations).I may have imagined it, but I'm pretty sure he looked relieved. Although trafficking of women and girls for sexual exploitation is a global problem, hard statistics on the numbers of women involved, and in which countries, are close to impossible to come by: • It is an illegal, underground business, and it is difficult to extrapolate the scale of the problem from statistics on arrests and convictions, because many victims don't come forward for fear of retribution. He is in his early 30s, dressed kind of schlubby, and wanting to buy some sex on a gorgeous weekday afternoon a stone's throw from Levi's Stadium, home of Super Bowl 50. The man will be cited for engaging in prostitution, a misdemeanor. Elsewhere in the hotel, a 27-year-old woman with heavy eye makeup and a short, short skirt is sitting on a bed looking concerned. These days, law enforcement is centered on ferreting out exploitation and stopping it.
Should he try to flee, he will be stopped by officers who are watching unobtrusively outside. Vice investigators arrested 198 people and rescued 18 human trafficking victims — including 12 minors — during a three-day operation targeting sex exploitation in Los Angeles County, authorities said Thursday. The schlubby man is sitting on the bed, looking slightly dejected. The "prostitute" he was coming to see is a youthful sheriff's deputy, dressed in jeans and a casual shirt.When the Grateful Dead played Levi's Stadium in June, Stenderup said, his colleagues noticed a bump in online sex ads.