evening, two young men from Finland, Julli and his friend, arrive by ferry at Tallinns main portal slightly tipsy and with small bags slung over their shoulders. Yes, Julli admits, they came to find prostitutes. They have fifteen hours before their boat heads back to Finland. Finland's Association of Prosecutors, National Rapporteur on Trafficking in Human Beings, the National Council of Women and the Multicultural Women's Association are in favour of a total ban on paying for sex. "Criminalising paying for sex sends a clear message that it is not acceptable to abuse victims of prostitution. Prostitution in Finland Human Trafficking & Modern-day Slavery - Finland - GVnet Prostitution has not been common in Finland and it has not been professionally organised. Previously there used to be no street or child prostitution. However, the situation has changed since the beginning of the 1990s, when prostitution became more common and more organised. The report describes Finland as "a destination and transit country for women and girls trafficked by organized crime syndicates into sexual exploitation, including into enclosed prostitution camps in the northern part of the country". In addition to Finns, child prostitutes in Finland have come from Russia, Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania. 25 Nordic model edit The Nordic Model refers to the legal position of Sweden, where it is illegal to buy sexual acts, but the sale of one's own body for sexual acts is not illegal. Pro-tukipiste estimates that the number of individual persons in contact with the organisation and their services each year is between 1521 The majority of these people are women with migrant backgrounds. 29 The two fundamental polarised views are those promoting legalisation of the profession and those promoting total abolition. This resolution, calling on the example of the Nordic model, was adopted by 343 votes to 139, with 105 abstentions. They are a partner in the Indoors Project, a European Union initiative for analysis and policy recommendations on prostitution inside the. The 2012 Gender Equality Barometer study showed that from 2004 to 2008, only 60 of men found it socially acceptable to pay prostitutes for sex. Retrieved b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q Venla Roth Defining Human Trafficking and Identifying Its Victims: A Study on the Impact and Future Challenges of International, European and Finnish Legal Responses. The man from the union finally retrieves Julli from his talk about prostitution.