Prostitution is a multi-faceted phenomenon: victims of exploitation and networks, housewives in precarious situations, female students, children, men…who prostitute themselves in the streets, on the Web, in bars, in massage parlors, along the roads…

The situations are diverse. However, whatever the political, economic, or cultural contexts are, all of these situations relate to the same phenomenon: sexual exploitation. And from Paris to New York, from Kolkata to Marrakech, from Kiev to Bangkok, the same realities and the same threats are present.

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