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Tensions in Germany, already high over the more than 1 million migrants and refugees who entered the country last year, have gotten exponentially worse since the disturbing wave of possibly coordinated violent assaults on women in Cologne on New Year’s Eve.
German Protection and Assistance Policy Regarding Foreign Women Sold into Sex Slavery in Germany „Importware Sex: Wie Menschenhändler osteuropäische Frauen nach Deutschland verkaufen“ „Importware: Sex.
How Traffickers Sell Eastern European Women to Germany“ --Front page article in „Der Spiegel,“ 6/23/2003 „Im Rotlichtskandal führen Spuren in den Bundestag“ „Red Light Scandal Evidence Traces Back the Bundestag“ --Article in the „Berliner Zeitung,“ 6/23/2003 In the past week, two scandals have launched the issue of trafficking in Eastern European women into German headlines.
An editor of a German feminist magazine told that German law “accepts that a man generally has the right to touch a woman, to have sexual intercourse with a woman.
The attacks on hundreds of women in Cologne are horrifying, and it would be shameful if the authorities in any way downplayed what happened to the victims in order to protect the government’s political priorities.
Since New Year’s Eve, when a rash of hundreds of public sexual assaults shook the city of Cologne, Germany, the rest of the world has watched closely as German police try to bring the perpetrators to justice.
Yet the women´s troubles are by no means over once they come into police custody.
In Germany, the protection and assistance of victims is far from secure.