Prevention of sexual exploitation

Act on all factors involved

To prevent sex trafficking and human trafficking, an intersectional approach is necessary for the best efficiency. he table below explains the intersectional efforts by different agencies and institutions to have an overall solution.

Civil society
Prostitutes
Clients
Pimps
Public actors
Prevention
Educational programs for youth, adults and families, Media engagement
Sensitization
Awareness, specific actions against sex tourism and pornography
Legislative developments, Training, Border measures, Information gathering
Prosecutions and controls
Reports
Graduated sanctions
Closure of establishments, Confiscation of property
Monitoring, Punishment of corruption
Protection
Support to NGOs
Identification, residence permit, Assistance, Protection, Reintegration
Information and training
Partnerships
Business ethics charters
Development Assistance
International cooperation, Information exchange

Collective action to end sex trafficking:

Involve all actors in the fight.