Every year thousands of women from different parts of the world are trafficked to European countries
Every year thousands of women from different parts of the world are trafficked to European countries where they are forced to opt for sex workers. For example, a young girl Sarah from Nigeria, told us that before coming to Europe, he was expected to work as a nanny (caring for the elderly, children or the sick), but the situation was very different. However, thanks to two accidental meetings, she soon managed to escape the clutches. This is how Sarah described her arrival in Denmark. “It was as if I had seen the light for the first time in my life. Because where I came from, it was often dark because there was no electricity. But everything was shining here; it was all beautiful. ‘
According to Sarah, when she arrived in Denmark, she thanked God that she had come to a modern country. According to her, she was now eager to start work here.
When Sarah boarded a flight from Nigeria to Denmark, she thought she would care for the elderly. According to her, people from Nigeria are usually taken to Europe via buses and boats via Libya via human smugglers. “But my plan was going so well and systematically that there was no doubt that it would happen,” she said. The International Organization for Migration estimates that 80 per cent of Nigerian women entering Europe are used in the sex trade.
Announcing a new strategy to tackle the problem of human trafficking in April this year, the European Commission acknowledged that efforts over the past ten years to tackle the problem have largely failed. Criminals have an open waiver, and the number of cases and punishments against smugglers is low, which has made human trafficking for sex purposes a less risky and more lucrative business. According to the commission, efforts to reduce the demand for victims of exploitation have also failed. According to the British government, in March last year, the police registered 7,779 crimes, such as the modern enslavement of human beings. These crimes include laborers’ names and victims of sexual exploitation, but in 2019 only 250 people were charged.
According to them, these women have some problems they want to solve, such as debt, poverty, family and children. They have to work. Whether they like it or not, they now prefer prostitution. If these women had more options, most of them would not prefer prostitution. Thus, morality is good and bad for them, while their compulsion is to make money. #Rishta, #marriage, #humanity