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So-called neo-abolitionism reduces sex work to trafficking, with increased policing and persecution as a result.

Neo-abolitionists are a historian that refer to the comeback of the civil rights movement and believe prostitution promotes inequality and should be eradicated. They believe their customer should be penalised and not the workers ( Ward and Wylie, 2017). So-called neo-abolitionism reduces sex work to trafficking, with increased policing and persecution as a result. Punitive "demand reduction" strategies are progressively more popular.

The Politics of Neo-Abolitionism. London/New York: Routledge 2017. ISBN 978-1-138-94540-1. Prostitution policy Anti-trafficking policy Neo-abolitionism Feminism Lobby groups.

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A model of state policy which aims to abolish prostitution through legislation, Neo-abolitionism criminalises the .

It is currently law in Sweden and other Nordic states and dominates the framing of policy debates in many other Western liberal contexts. Pressure for adoption of this policy has come from radical feminists who understand prostitution and sex trafficking as a form of violence against women. Based around a series of country case studies each chapter will explore the politics surrounding the emergence of neo-abolitionism and its trajectory through those polities, whether the paradigm has been adopted, rejected or is still under debate.

Based around a series of country case studies each chapter will explore the politics surrounding the emergence of neo-abolitionism and its trajectory through those polities, whether the paradigm has been adopted, rejected or is still under debate.

Neoabolitionist (or neo-abolitionist or new abolitionism) is a term used in historiography to characterize historians of race relations motivated by the spirit of racial equality typified by the abolitionists who fought to abolish slavery in the mid-.

Neoabolitionist (or neo-abolitionist or new abolitionism) is a term used in historiography to characterize historians of race relations motivated by the spirit of racial equality typified by the abolitionists who fought to abolish slavery in the mid-19th century. They write especially about African-American history, slavery, the American Civil War and the Reconstruction Era.

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With VitalSource, you can save up to 80% compared to print. The volume will be of great interest to students and scholars of Social and Public Policy, Gender and Women’s Studies, Politics and International Relations and Critical Legal Studies/Criminology. 97811389454019780367221553, 11389454040367221551.

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