A Social Experiment Worth Repeating
Slowing, shrinking and stopping sex trafficking is one of the most crucial and difficult tasks we face in the 21st century. We are grateful to Sweden for providing such a great example of how it can be done. This is a social experiment and that no doubt can be duplicated worldwide.
The number of foreign women now being trafficked into Sweden for sex is nil. The Swedish government estimates that in the last few years only 200 to 400 women and girls have been annually sex trafficked into Sweden, a figure that’s negligible compared to the 15,000 to 17,000 females yearly sex trafficked into neighboring Finland. No other country, nor any other social experiment, has come anywhere near Sweden’s promising results.