Economic Harship as Coercion Under the Protocol on International Trafficking in Persons by Organized Crime Elements
The focus of this Article is two-fold: (1) to distinguish the situations in which a woman's "choice" is compelled by economic hardship from the limited situations in which a woman chooses prostitution and trafficking in a fully informed and unfettered, and thus, consensual decision; and (2) to demonstrate that decisions compelled by economic hardship as a matter of international law fall within the definition of coercion for sexual offenses generally and sexual trafficking in particular.
Linda A. Malone,
Economic Harship as Coercion Under the Protocol on International Trafficking in Persons by Organized Crime Elements,
25 Fordham Int'l L.J. 54
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