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Russian Officials Surprised At Reports Of Human Trafficking.
Helsingin Sanomat , 16 March 2005.
[accessed 5 February 2011]
Fresh arrests at Vaalimaa border crossing – "The problem for the officials is that the illegal border crossings take place legally." He says that there are always people who will help in the acquisition of genuine travel documents. It is only after the borders are crossed that the activities become illegal.
The Protection Project – Finland [PDF]
The Paul H. Nitze School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS), The Johns Hopkins University.
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A Human Rights Report on Trafficking in Persons, Especially Women and Children.
Freedom House Country Report – Political Rights : 1 Civil Liberties : 1 Status : Free.
[accessed 26 June 2012]
U.S. Library of Congress – Country Study.
Library of Congress Call Number DL1012 .A74 1990.
[accessed 4 June 2017]
U.S. says human trafficking still a problem.
Andris Straumanis , Editor, Latvians Online, June 15, 2004.
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Women and children from Latvia are trafficked for sexual exploitation to Finland , Germany , Ireland , Italy , Israel , Poland , Spain and the United Kingdom , the report said.
Sexual exploitation of children rises in Gambia , government and UNICEF say.
UN News Service, 6 May 2004.
[accessed 1 September 2014]
Last year as many as 100,000 tourists, mainly from Britain , Sweden , Norway , Denmark , Finland , the Netherlands and Germany , visited Gambia . Giving details of the exploitation of girls from anecdotal evidence, the report says sex tourism prostitution has engendered consumerism, with girls saying that being a sex worker "means having access to lots of cash to buy jeans, shoes, to go to beauty salons for hair and nail care to show off at beach parties and nightclubs." The child prostitutes did not consider themselves as children and did not see why they would require special protection because of their age, they were quoted.
Ensuring Human Rights Protection in Countries of Destination: Breaking the Cycle of Trafficking [PDF]
Conference Report, Helsinki, 23-24 September 2004, compiled by the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe OSCE’s Office for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights ODIHR, Warsaw Poland, 2005.
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The conference took place in Helsinki on 23-24 September 2004 and focused on the following issues:
• Protecting the human rights of trafficked persons in countries of destination, with particular.
attention paid to identification; access to medical, psychological, and legal assistance; reflection.
delays; and residence permits;
• National and regional initiatives to improve victim protection in countries of destination;
• Implementation of National Referral Mechanisms, i.e. models for co-operation between law.
enforcement and civil society; and.
• Challenges and opportunities regarding European and global instruments to strengthen the rights.
of trafficked persons.
U.S. report on human trafficking shows Finland in a poor light.
Helsingin Sanomat , 13.6.2003.
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The report describes Finland as "a destination and transit country for women and girls trafficked by organized crime syndicates into sexual exploitation, including into enclosed prostitution camps in the northern part of the country".
Finland is the only EU country to be placed in the second category, although Greece has handled things in even more slovenly fashion and is in Tier 3.
Finnish man faces charges of human trafficking in Latvia.
Helsingin Sanomat , 19.2.2004.
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A Finnish man in his 40s is suspected of human trafficking and pimping in Latvia . The man is believed to have organised a circle of dozens of women from Latvia, Estonia, and Russia to work as prostitutes in several large Finnish cities . He was taken into custody in Latvia at the beginning of February.
Human trafficking is not often encountered in the Nordic countries and for the time being the Finnish penal code has no reference to this issue. However, this fault will be corrected soon. The charges against the man will be heard shortly and if found guilty he will be sentenced under Latvian law. Any sentence is expected to be rather heavy – particularly as it is suspected that some kind of pressure was used and an international criminal organization was involved, and because one of the women was a minor aged 17.
Human Rights Reports » 2005 Country Reports on Human Rights Practices.
U.S. Dept of State Bureau of Democracy, Human Rights, and Labor, March 8, 2006.
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TRAFFICKING IN PERSONS – Most trafficking involved women and girls from Russia , although Estonian, Latvian, Lithuanian, Ukrainian, and Belarusian women were also trafficked for sexual exploitation. Increasing numbers of Asian women, most of whom were believed to be Chinese and Thai, were trafficked through the country to other parts of Europe .
Some persons were trafficked for labor, and most of these cases involved persons coerced into restaurant work, in construction, and as maids. They were often forced to work long hours for low pay, and were often reluctant to approach authorities due to the cultural gap and fear of deportation or confinement.

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