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As a result, the city experienced massive growth, from just under 60, inhabitants in to more than , people today. With even larger crowds pouring in for the World Cup, abolitionists are concerned that similar social problems will occur. While there is plenty of speculation regarding what causes the rise in sex trafficking during sporting events, many are also wondering how Brazil—known in part for legalized prostitution and international sex tourism including child sex tourism— 5 will prevent sexual exploitation and combat sex slavery during the World Cup.
In part, the problem may be the cultural lens through which many Brazilians view the issue. After one week, the girl was able to escape. She returned home and told her family that she had been forced to work in a brothel and engage in sexual relations with men three times her age. If incidents like these are considered culturally acceptable, then Brazil is facing a tough battle regarding the rights and protection of women and children against sexual exploitation and sex slavery.
Sadly, these are not isolated instances. As the time for the World Cup approaches, some Brazilian officials have taken specific measures to combat these issues, but unfortunately, not all of their efforts have been effective. Currently, the government is trying various ways to protect women and children who may be at risk during the World Cup.
Additionally, the anti-trafficking program will have a strong emphasis on educating teenagers who live in and around the host cities about the issue of sex slavery. The program will also educate young women about how to avoid being targeted and encourage alternative ways for earning money should they be enticed into the trade.
It is the hope of abolitionists worldwide that these efforts will be sufficient. Sex trafficking happens when and where there is a demand for prostitution and a context of impunity for its customers.