Pop Up Brothels Inquiry (APPG on Prostitution)
In October 2017, the APPG on Prostitution has launched an inquiry into the spread of so-called 'pop-up' brothels - a practice which involves residential properties and holiday lets being rented for a limited time and used as brothels. The investigation had been prompted by growing reports of organised crime groups establishing 'pop-up' brothels to sexually exploit women.
MWNUK responded to the inquiry and pointed out that pop up brothels were not limited to residential properties and holiday lets. We also also included cases studies and evidence from our research report, Unheard Voices - Sexual Exploitation of Asian Girls and Young Women.
The report submitted can be downloaded above.
Jess Phillips MP
MWNUK is courageous because of the uncompromising and fearless positions it sometimes takes when calling out injustice and inequality
I am proud to support and champion this fantastic organisation, which is informing policy and transforming lives.
Baroness Sayeeda Warsi
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Naz Shah MP
They work tirelessly with passion and commitment to make a difference and improve outcomes for some of the most vulnerable women and girls in society.