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She has been working on Human Trafficking practically and theoretically for years and was engaged as a legal adviser for victims. In the years , and she undertook research concerning sexual exploitation in outdoor prostitution and human trafficking in Austria. Austria belongs to one of those countries in Europe where sex work is legal and regulated by law. Although the law legalizes prostitution, this is further amended by each province resulting in regulations that differ across Austria.
In Vienna the brothels, sex clubs, sauna clubs and the street prostitution is legal and regulated by guidelines and policy Viennese Prostitution law It is important to highlight that there is insufficient research regarding the working conditions of street sex workers in Vienna. Since a new law prohibits street prostitution in the residential area of Vienna. Sex workers have been relocated to remote and sparsely inhabited areas such as Prater and Auhof.
Many women from Central and Eastern Europe have migrated to Austria with the desire to find better jobs. However, the restrictive policy in regard to visa and work permits necessitated the majority of them having to earn their livelihood in the sex industry. However, more studies are needed to support that conclusion. Until November 1, the street prostitution in the residential area of Vienna was allowed and was particularly concentrated in the fifteenth district along the outer Mariahilferstrasse, Felberstrasse and Linzerstrasse.
Furthermore, in the second district, around Prater, there were some spots where sex workers were tolerated.
In fact, it is mainly the street sex workers who are registered and have a registration ration card due to the daily and routine controls carried out by the police. Due to the ease or low barriers of entry to street prostitution — i. As a consequence of the significant inflow of migrant sex workers, the official data is more likely to reflect the state of the street sex industry rather than the entire sex industry. To better understand the state of street prostitution in Vienna, this research was undertaken within a period of four years.