The problem of sex trafficking in Europe was the subject of a documentary broadcast on the BBC World Service last week which I was a contributor to.
The programme, Red Lights and Red Lines, is a fascinating exploration of how Europe is seeking to tackle the problem. While some countries favour liberal reforms, others take a conservative approach – either way it appears that neither have the answer to eradicating the growing problem of sex trafficking within and across Europe.
How European policy should develop to tackle the issue is still very much in debate.
I’ve posted the entire programme because the level of insight into the problem is so interesting.
I hope you find it equally valuable.