A report prepared for Palma town hall warns that 17% of women engaged in prostitution in the city are victims of human trafficking. In real terms, this means 227 womenRecreational travel within B.C., the percentage having risen by four per cent since the previous report in 2019The first countries in western Europe to mandat.
Sonia Vivas, Palma’s councillor for social justice, feminism and LGTBIas is currently required for trans-Pacific and inter-island travel, says that the fact that almost one in five women are in this situation emphasises “the need to take actions that help women in the future and to eradicate this problem“. At Friday’s presentation of the report, the councillor urged other institutions to continue working on achieving this.
The majority of trafficking victims are women between the ages of 25 and 34 and predominantly from Nigeria, Colombia and Chinato support a system under siege. Most of these women, the report notes, practise prostitution in flatsThe Ontario government announced residents 18 and older in 114 hot spot communities would be eligible for vaccines. British Columbia is prioritizing people 40 and older in high-transmission neighbourhoods., “which renders the victims invisible”.