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Title: Consecuencias de legalizar o de abolir la prostitución en el marco de los Derechos Humanos. Los casos de Suecia y Alemania
Author: Palacio Alonso, Belén del
Tutor: NAHAS, THEREZA CHRISTINA  
Keywords: gender studies
prostitution
gender-based violence
legalization
abolition
Issue Date: 25-Jan-2023
Publisher: Universitat Oberta de Catalunya (UOC)
Abstract: The investigation that I am going to carry out intends to constitute a comparative analysis of the effects that legalizing and abolishing prostitution can have on Human Rights. The main objective is to know, through direct experience, the consequences of legalizing and abolishing prostitution for the women who practice it. Said consequences will be analyzed in the light of Human Rights and fundamental freedoms. Another of my objectives is to obtain information from the affected people. I also seek to know the realities of other countries regarding the regulatory approach to prostitution. In a transversal way, this research will entail a study of international regulations on Human Rights and its application to the issue of prostitution. At a time when Spain is considering the regulatory approach to prostitution, I consider that the subject of study is of great relevance. Knowing the effects on Human Rights of legalization and abolition is necessary when it comes to structuring a solution to what has been classified as a form of violence against women. The investigation will be carried out through the in-depth interview instrument with open-ended questions. Said instrument will be applied to two feminist associations that work on the subject of prostitution. One of the interviews will be applied to a feminist association that works in Sweden for being a benchmark of the abolitionist position. The other to an association that works with the group of prostituted women in Germany as a country with legalistic regulations. The starting hypothesis that I intend to ratify is the following: Abolishing prostitution is more beneficial for women's Human Rights than legalizing it.
Language: Spanish
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10609/147693
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