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Commercial Sexual Exploitation

James Mildred interviewed on Premier

1 July 2016

CARE spokesman James Mildred has been interviewed by Premier Christian Radio. James was setting out CARE's belief that the most effective way to reform prostitution laws in this country is to criminalise the buyer. James also argued that the majority of people in prostitution are not there because of any free choice they make.

Listen to James speaking to Premier below. You can also read the full piece on Premier's website here.

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Commercial Sexual Exploitation

We believe people were made for purpose, not purchase. Exploitation within the sex industry affects some of the most vulnerable in our society. CARE is working for better laws to protect them.

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