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Romania is a source, transit, and destination country for men, women, and children subjected to trafficking in persons, specifically conditions of forced labor and women and children in forced prostitution. Romanian men, women, and children are trafficked within the country for commercial sexual exploitation and forced labor, including forced begging and petty theft. In , the majority of trafficking victims identified within the country were victims of forced labor. Romania is a destination country for a small number of women from Moldova , Colombia, and France who are forced into prostitution.
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Romania is plagued by a seedy evil: sex trafficking. At the beginning of the year , some , women were trafficked for the purposes of prostitution and sex exploitation in Europe. At that time, women were often kidnapped or convinced by force. Ten years later, in , the United Nations estimated the number of women annually trafficked and sexually exploited in the continent to have increased to , The increase was due to the arrival of prostitutes from other parts of the world: South America, Africa, Eastern Asia.
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How Romania Became Europe’s Sex Trafficking Factory
Prostitution in Romania is not itself criminalized, although associated activities, such as procuring , are criminal offenses, and solicitation is a contravention punishable by fines. In the late 19th century and the first half of the 20th century there were legalized brothels , but these were closed by the communist regime in the late s, and prostitution itself became a criminal offense in There had been proposals in the past to legalize and regulate prostitution such as in  but these were rejected, especially as Romania is a party to the Convention for the Suppression of the Traffic in Persons and of the Exploitation of the Prostitution of Others , which states that prostitution is "incompatible with the dignity and worth of the human person and endanger[s] the welfare of the individual, the family and the community" and binds countries which ratify it to ban organized prostitution such as pandering or running a brothel.