The Mediterranean Institute of Gender Studies has recently completed a research project with the aim to gain and share awareness, knowledge and understanding on the phenomenon of trafficking in women in Cyprus for the purpose of sexual exploitation. The research was carried out using a gender-sensitive, feminist perspective and attempted to map and assess existing data on the extent of trafficking in women for sexual exploitation in Cyprus; outline state and non-governmental responses to the problem and, suggest ways to combat this increasingly widespread phenomenon.

Download the Final Report of the research project:

To view the Executive Summary of the Final Report:
Executive Summary EN
Executive Summary GR

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