Debate feminista sobre la trata de mujeres para el propósito de la explotación

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Sandra Milena Cardozo Lozano

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La trata mujeres es un fenómeno generalizado, conforma un tema complejo con múltiples consecuencias que tiene una relación directa en la cual el problema de la trata es entendido por las instituciones que la regulan y proponen su solución. Las estrategias gubernamentales deben responder a la multidimensionalidad del fenómeno siguiendo herramientas estatales para contrarrestar los efectos de un crimen y que reconozca que las mujeres, los hombres, la niñez y la adolescencia pueden ser vulnerables indiscriminadamente de este flagelo. Sin embargo, se debe reconocer que debido a factores culturales las mujeres y las niñas son la mayoría de las víctimas por ello se requieren acciones específicas dirigidas hacia ellas.

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debate feminista; trata de personas; prostitución; explotación sexual; ciudadanía íntima

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