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Trafficking of Women From Ukraine

Trafficking of Women From Ukraine

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The author(s) shown below used Federal funds provided by the U.S.Department of Justice and prepared the following final report:Document Title: Trafficking in Women From UkraineAuthor(s):Donna M. Hughes ; Tatyana DenisovaDocument No.: 203275Date Received:December 2003Award Number:2000-IJ-CX-0007This report has not been published by the U.S. Department of Justice.To provide better customer service, NCJRS has made this Federally-funded grant final report available electronically in addition totraditional paper copies.Opinions or points of view expressed are thoseof the author(s) and do not necessarily reflectthe official position or policies of the U.S.Department of Justice.
 
Trafficking in Women from Ukraine
Donna
M.
HughesUniversity
of
Rhode Island
And
Tatyana Denisova
FINAL
REPORT
l/il
,,d;
Zaporizhia State University
ApprovedBy:
Date:
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Research Associates:
Sergey Denisov, Zaporizhia Academy
of
Law; Sergey Demenko,Zaporizhia State University; Victoria Palchenkova, Zaporizhia State University, VolodimirBilkun, Zaporizhia State University
Research Assistants:
Paul Serdyuk, Zaporizhia State University; Kelly Brooks, University
of
Rhode Island; Amy Potenza, University
of
Rhode Island
Translators:
Kate Zuzina, Rule
of
Law, Kyiv; Svetlana Chujan, Zaporizhia State University
This research was carried
out
as part
of
the U.S. Ukraine Research Partnership as part
of
an agreement betweenthe International Center
of
the U.
S.
National Institute
of
Justice and the Ukrainian Academy
of
Legal Sciences.
2002
This document is a research report submitted to the U.S. Department of Justice. Thisreport has not been published by the Department. Opinions or points of view expressedare those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the official position or policies of 
 
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Table
of
Contents
Executive Summary
....................................................................................................................
4
Literature Review and Conceptualization of the Problem
............................................................
9
Numbers of Trafficked Women
...........................................................................................
10
A Modern Day Slave Trade: The International Shadow Market for Women
......................
11
Methods of Recruitment and Trafficking
.............................................................................
14
Introduction
...............................................................................................................................
7
Entrapment of Women in Prostitution
................................................................................
16
Profit and Corruption
..........................................................................................................
18
Impact on Communities
.......................................................................................................
20
Gendered Supply and Demand
............................................................................................
21
Legal Factors and the Demand for Trafficked Women
.......................................................
22
Research Findings on Trafficking in Women from Ukraine
for
Sexual Exploiiation
.................
7
Summary
.............................................................................................................................
25
Research Goals
.....................................................................................................................
27
Methods of Data Collection
..................................................................................................
27
Factors Contributing to the Trafficking
of
Women from Ukraine
.......................................
28
Employment Abroad
............................................................................................................
29
Sexual Exploitation in Ukraine
............................................................................................
29
Transnational Trafficking for Sexual Exploitation
..............................................................
34
Official Cases of Trafficking
in
Women from Ukraine
...........................................................
34
Source Regions
for
Recruitment and Trafficking of Women
...................................................
37Transit and Destination Countries
.........................................................................................
37Involvement of Organized Crime Groups in Prostitution and Trafficking
of
Women
................
38
Interview with a Ukrainian Trafficker and Pimp
....................................................................
39
Recruitment of Women
by
Marriage Agencies
......................................................................
47
Methods of Recruitment and Trafficking
.............................................................................
42
Awareness of and Attitudes about Trafficking and Prostitution
..........................................
52
Destination Countries for Women Trafficked from Ukraine
................................................
53
Recommendations for Combating Trafficking
for
Sexual Exploitation in Ukraine
......................
58
1
.
Demonstrate Political Will to Combat Trafficking and Sexual Exploitation
.........................
58
2
.
Combat Corruption and Organized Crime
..........................................................................
58
3
Improve Awareness and Prevention of Trafficking and Sexual Exploitation
........................
584
Provide Services to Victims
of
Trafficking and Sexual Exploitation
....................................
59
5
Increase Law Enforcement Efforts to Combat and Prevent Trafficking in Women
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This document is a research report submitted to the U.S. Department of Justice. Thisreport has not been published by the Department. Opinions or points of view expressedare those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the official position or policies of 

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