Sex tourism in Ukraine is visiting the country for the purposes of sexual activity. It is on rise as the country attracts many foreign visitors. Currently, in Ukraine, the effect is constituted by a high level of the population poverty and its feminization, limited options for social mobility and very active system of organized crime. The majority of the Ukrainian sex industry exists underground and prospers due to poor law enforcement and widespread corruption. Sex tourism within Ukrainian borders has grown considerably, raising concern in Ukrainian society and attracting condemnation from feminist activists such as FEMEN. Ukrainian magazine Korrespondent reported that after launching the visa-free policy with Western Europe the number of western visitors traveling to Ukraine went up and continues to rise.
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In this report, I would like to shed light on the dark side of Bangladesh. Though as a side note, I highly urge readers not to fabricate prejudices against the Bangladeshi people. Child prostitution Bangladesh is a corrupt country. According to Transparency International, the country is even at the bottom ranks of the world. Even though Bangladesh is an Islamic nation, it is because of this reason that brothels are flourishing.
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Bangladesh is one of the few Muslim countries in the world where prostitution is legal. The Kandapara brothel in the district of Tangail is the oldest and second-largest in the country — it has existed for some years. It was demolished in , but has been established again with the help of local NGOs. The women themselves demonstrated for their rights as workers, and so at the end of , the Bangladesh National Women Lawyers Association convinced the High Court that the eviction of the sex workers was an illegal act.
According to some estimates, as many as 30, children are being trafficked year in and year out in South Africa. The claims are not new. In fact, since , during the National Human Trafficking Awareness Week, reports came out that at least 20, children in South Africa are subject of trafficking. In South Africa, unlike other countries in Africa, white children and white people are mostly subjected to it.