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Panel 4: What can be done to interfere with and ultimately eliminate demand?
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written by Morrison Torrey, fl. 2003, Sara Dublin, fl. 2003, Margaret Baldwin, fl. 2003, Norma Hotaling, fl. 2003, Mohammed Y. Mattar, fl. 2003 and Pamela Shifman, fl. 2003; in Demand Dynamics: The Forces of Demand in Global Sex Trafficking: Conference Report, Conference held October 17 and 18, 2003, Chicago, Illinois, USA (Chicago, IL: DePaul University. School of Law. International Human Rights Institute, 2004), 91-118
Moderator: Norma Hotaling, pp 91-99. Title under name of moderator: 'The Abuse, Rape, and Trafficking of Children and Adults through Prostitution Will End by Eliminating the Demand and Focusing on Protection', pp 91-118 Panelists: Mohammed Y. Mattar (pp 99-105), Pamela Shifman (pp 105-107), Meg Baldwin (pp 107-117...
written by Morrison Torrey, fl. 2003, Sara Dublin, fl. 2003, Margaret Baldwin, fl. 2003, Norma Hotaling, fl. 2003, Mohammed Y. Mattar, fl. 2003 and Pamela Shifman, fl. 2003; in Demand Dynamics: The Forces of Demand in Global Sex Trafficking: Conference Report, Conference held October 17 and 18, 2003, Chicago, Illinois, USA (Chicago, IL: DePaul University. School of Law. International Human Rights Institute, 2004), 91-118
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