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Prostitution in Denmark.
In Denmark, prostitution itself is legal, but operating brothels and other forms of pimping are illegal activities. [ 31 ] .
Prostitution in Estonia.
Prostitution itself is legal, but organized prostitution is illegal.
Prostitution in Finland.
Prostitution itself is legal in Finland (soliciting in a public place is illegal), but organized prostitution (operating a brothel or a prostitution ring and other forms of pimping) is illegal. [ 32 ] In June 2006, parliament voted by 158 to 15 with four abstentions to approve a bill which outlaws the buying of sexual services from prostitutes if it is linked to human trafficking. [ 33 ]
Prostitution in France.
Prostitution itself is not illegal in France, but organized prostitution (brothels, prostitution rings or other forms of pimping) is prohibited. Public solicitation is also illegal.
Prostitution in Georgia.
In Georgia, prostitution is illegal, but widespread, particularly in Tbilisi. [ 34 ] Many NGO’s attribute this to the harsh economic conditions according to the US State Department. [ 35 ] [ 36 ] Many women from Georgia are of Human Trafficking operations to or from countries. Women who are forced to be prostitutes are in Georgia are often from Asia and neighboring European countries.
In 2006 the country incorporated into its domestic law the Protocol to Prevent, Suppress, and Punish Trafficking in Persons, Especially Women and Children , supplementing the UN Convention against Transnational Organized Crime, and the Council of Europe Convention on Action against Trafficking in Human Beings. [ 35 ] The punishment for human trafficking in Georgia is 15 years. There is also a special law to protect families of Georgian women who fear reprisals from gang masters of women who refuse to forced into prostitution abroad.
Prostitution in Germany.
Prostitution is legal and regulated in Germany. In 2002, the government changed the law in an effort to improve the legal situation of prostitutes. However, the social stigmatization of prostitutes persists, forcing most prostitutes to lead a double life. Authorities consider the common exploitation of women from Eastern Europe to be the main problem associated with the occupation. Germany is listed by the UNDOC as a top destination for victims of human trafficking. [ 11 ]
Prostitution in Greece.
Prostitution is legal and regulated in Greece. Greek authorities decided to implement a 1999 law which stipulates that all brothels must have permits. [ 37 ] [ 38 ] Persons engaged in prostitution must register at the local prefecture and carry a medical card which is updated every two weeks. It is estimated that fewer than 1,000 women are legally employed as prostitutes and approximately 20,000 women, most of foreign origin, are engaged in illegal prostitution. [ 39 ] Street prostitution is dominated by Albanian refugees and immigrants. [ 40 ] According to NGO estimates, there are 13,000-14,000 trafficking victims in the country at any given time. Major countries of origin for trafficking victims include Nigeria, Ukraine, Russia, Bulgaria, Albania, Moldova, Romania, and Belarus. [ 41 ]
Prostitution in Hungary.
Prostitution is legal and regulated in Hungary (it has been legalized and regulated by the government in 1999). Under the law, prostitutes are basically professionals who engage in sexual activities in exchange for money. The government allows this activity as long as they pay taxes and keep legal documents.
Prostitution in Iceland.
Paying for sex is now illegal in Iceland (the client commits a crime but not the prostitute). [ 42 ]
Opinion polls have shown that up to 70% of the population supports banning the purchase of sexual services. [ 42 ]
Prostitution in Ireland.
Prostitution itself is not illegal in the Republic of Ireland, but the law criminalises many activities associated with it (solicitation in a public place, operating a brothel or other forms of pimping). However, female escort prostitution can be found.
Prostitution in Italy.
In Italy, prostitution itself is not illegal, but the law prohibits organized prostitution (brothels, prostitution rings or similar commercial enterprises and other forms of pimping). [ 43 ] Since 2008, also street prostitution is illegal, for both prostitutes and consumers. Italy is listed by the UNDOC as a top destination for victims of human trafficking. [ 11 ]
Prostitution in Kazakhstan.
In Kazakhstan prostitution itself is not illegal, but acts facilitating prostitution, such as operating a brothel or prostitution ring, are illegal. [ 44 ] Forced prostitution and prostitution connected to organized crime are prohibited. Prostitution is a serious problem. NGOs reported that criminal prostitution rings often included local law enforcement officials. [ 45 ] [ 46 ]
Prostitution in Latvia.
Prostitution is legal and regulated in Latvia. Prostitutes must register, must undergo monthly health checks and must carry a health card; if they fail to do so they can be penalized. [ citation needed ] Latvia is a popular destination for sex tourism. [ 47 ] [ 48 ] [ 49 ] Although prostitution is regulated in Latvia, brothels and other forms of procuring are illegal. According to the law “No activities in which a third person engages with the intent of promoting prostitution shall be permitted” and “Prostitutes shall be forbidden to gather in groups to offer or provide sexual services. ” [ citation needed ] Latvia is a destination country for women trafficked from Belgium and Portugal and a source country for women trafficked to Germany, the United Kingdom, the Netherlands, Italy, Spain, Denmark, Switzerland, Greece, Ireland, and Japan; Latvian teenage girls are also trafficked within the country. [ 50 ] The director of the The Resource Center for Women said that a lack of political will to meaningfully address issues of human trafficking, coupled with the country’s debilitating economic problems and soaring unemployment levels, contribute to the proliferation of human trafficking in the country. [ 51 ]