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Organized crime groups involved in illegally bringing sex workers to Norway are so seldom caught or prosecuted that they view the activity as a risk-free business, according to the sex-worker support charity Rosa. Only 36 cases of human trafficking for prostitution were reported in Norway last year, and of those cases, only two led to a trial. It is simply an untenable situation.
According to Rosa, victims of human trafficking often view reporting the crime to the police as futile, given the proportion of reported cases which make it to court. Often those who report cases risk being deported, while only those whose cases make it to court receive any police protection. Frequently, human trafficking victims are returned to Italy under the Dublin Agreement, because that is where they are first registered as asylum seekers by the Nigerian-run human trafficking organizations based in the country.
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