Country Barbados
Year 2011
Type of Measure Violence against women > Constitutional provision
Form of Violence Trafficking

Brief Description


Part III of the Transnational Crime Bill states that any person who:
(a) arranges or knows of an arrangement for the other person to provide sexual services, forced labour, slavery, servitude or a similar
practice; and
(b) deceives the other person about any of the following: the nature of the sexual services to be provided; the extent to which the other person will be free to leave the place or area where the other person provides sexual services; the extent to which the other person will be free to cease providing sexual services; the extent to which the other person will be free to leave his place of residence; where there is a debt owed or claimed to be owed by the other person in connection with the arrangement for the other person to provide sexual services, is guilty of the offence of trafficking in persons.

Source of Information

Government of Barbados, National Review on Beijing +20 , page 4

 

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