10 Nov 2015
MRS No. 29 - Trafficking in Human Beings and the 2006 World Cup in Germany
The trafficking of women for the purpose of sexual exploitation received considerable attention prior to the 2006 World Cup in Germany. It was widely suggested that this sporting event would contribute to an increase in prostitution and a sharp increase in the number of women trafficked to Germany for sexual exploitation.
This report investigates whether there is any evidence to suggest an increase in the number of women trafficked to Germany for the purpose of sexual exploitation during the 2006 World Cup. It further examines the measures taken by the authorities and non-governmental organizations to counter trafficking in Germany during the event.
Recommendations are provided to help combat the trafficking in persons during similar major events and to provide a tool for future event organizers, policymakers and relevant authorities and NGOs.
- Executive Summary
- Main findings
- Trafficking, Major Events and Demand Issues
- General Information on Trafficking of Human Beings in Germany
- Trafficking and the World Cup 2006 in Germany
- Conclusions and Recommendations