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Norway's News in English — www. The Norwegian government banned prostitution in in a bid to halt human trafficking, but charities said the number of foreign prostitutes in Norway has only risen in the years since. That compared to 41 countries in However, some of those registered gave false homelands or refused to say where they originally came from. Almost were women.
Of those, came from Africa, with from Nigeria alone. There were from Western Europe including 70 Norwegians. There were around from both Asia and the Americas.
But we have also expanded our outreach efforts. The same applies to Albania. There have traditionally been very few prostitutes from Albania in Norway, but now many are coming and they are very young. They think their residency permits will entitle them to work elsewhere in Europe, but find the Norwegian labour migration rules stricter than they expected.
They speak neither English or Norwegian, they have no CV and maybe have mental issues. It is incredibly difficult for people to get out of prostitution when they are not allowed to work. Prostitution law under review A review of the prostitution law will be presented to Parliament in August. The government commissioned Vista Analyse to look into the five-year-old laws to form the basis of a new white paper.
The review was due to be finished in June, but was pushed back to August. Furthermore, he does not believe the law targets buyers, rather than prostitutes as it was designed. Before the prostitute had the opportunity to agree to prices beforehand, see how the customer reacted and agree what type of sex they would have before they got into a car. Now customers are scared and want things to happen at lightning speed. The negotiations happen in the car, when it is too late to get away.