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Perspectives on the Swedish Model to Prevent and Combat Prostitution and Trafficking
A KAS report, by Dr. Wanjiku Kaime Atterhög of the Mid Sweden University
What is the history, current state, and potential future of the so-called Swedish model to prevent and combat prostitution and trafficking for sexual exploitation? In this KAS-funded report, to be presented at the "Conference on Addressing Human Trafficking and All Forms of Sexual Exploitation: Emerging Trends and Long-Term Strategies", co-arranged with Gemeinsam gegen Menschenhandel, KAS, and the OSCE Office for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights, Dr. Wanjiku Kaime-Atterhög, senior lecturer at Mid Sweden University, explores these issues, drawing upon her own many years of previous research in the topic.
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Watch Dr. Kaime-Atterhög's presentation of the report during the 2021 conference "Addressing Human Trafficking and all Forms of Sexual Exploitation: Emerging Trends & Long Term Strategies"
To access the conference homepage, click here.
To read more about Dr. Kaime-Atterhög and her past and current research, click here.