Trafficking in women: the Canadian perspective
- Not Work, Not Crime. KLER, DAISY // Canadian Dimension;Nov/Dec2010, Vol. 44 Issue 6, p29
The article provides information on various aspects of prostitution. It informs that in a Vancouver study, 90 percent of women engaged in prostitution said that they would exit if they could. It further informs that women in prostitution are viewed as commodities. It also mentions that...
- Freeing Human Chattel. // Christian Science Monitor;7/19/2001, Vol. 93 Issue 164, p10
Editorial. Comments on the global underground trade of prostitution and forced labor, which frequently exploits women and children, and the view that steps to stop such practices should be strongly encouraged.
- Women's work. Hughes, Sallie // Freedom Review;Sep/Oct95, Vol. 26 Issue 5, p39
Reports on prostitution in Tijuana, Mexico. Las Magdalenas, a women's organization, to deliver welfare services to women sexual workers; Prostitution as an economic necessity; Mexico's vague statutes on prostitution. INSET: Mexico..
- SOMEONE SAVED my life TONIGHT. Weller, Sheila // Glamour;Dec2003, Vol. 101 Issue 12, p196
Features women who survived and overcame prostitution. Background on the growth of prostitution in the U.S.; Characteristics of women who get into prostitution; Effects of prostitution on women; Problems faced by women in the prostitution trade.
- Status of Women. // Somalia Country Review;2011, p175
The article offers information on the status of Somalian women, including the issues on hunger, domestic violence, and poverty, participation in prostitution, and the literacy rate of female adults.
- Pro-whose-life? Gluckman, Ryn; Hartmann, Betsy; Shariatmadar, Azi // Women's Review of Books;Sep2004, Vol. 21 Issue 12, p12
Discusses the effects of militarism on women's health and reproductive freedom. Discussion of military pollution; Exploitation of prostitutes in military bases; Treatment among women in military prisons; Restriction of women's access to health care brought by militarism.
- MORE ON PORN. // Diva;Nov2003, Issue 90, p9
Presents a letter to the editor on issues related to pornography. Assertion on the role of pornography in degrading women; Evidence for the incidence of exploitation in the pornography industry; Discussion of sexual liberation.
- Status of Women. // Gambia Country Review;2011, p136
The article provides an overview of the status of women in the Gambia with regards to female life expectancy at birth, total number of women living with HIV or AIDS, and female adult literacy rate.
- Status of Women. // Syria Country Review;2011, p151
The article offers information on the social condition of women in Syria and presents statistical data on the total number of women living with HIV/AIDS, female life expectancy at birth and maternal mortality ratio.