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The measures against trafficking of women focus on harsher criminal legislation and punishments, and improving international police cooperation.
There are vast media campaigns which are designed to be informative to the public, as well as policy makers and potential victims.
The TVPA strengthened services to victims of violence, law enforcements ability to reduce violence against women and children, and education against human trafficking. Bush took office in 2001, restricting sex trafficking became one of his primary humanitarian efforts.
Also specified in the TVPA was a mandate to collect funds for the treatment of sex trafficking victims that provided them with shelter, food, education, and financial grants. The Attorney General under President Bush, John Ashcroft, strongly enforced the TVPA.
From 1910 to 1913, city after city withdrew this tolerance and forced the closing of their brothels.
Suffrage activists, especially Harriet Burton Laidlaw In 1910, the US Congress passed the White Slave Traffic Act of 1910 (better known as the Mann Act), which made it a felony to transport women across state borders for the purpose of "prostitution or debauchery, or for any other immoral purpose".
The selling of young women into sexual slavery has become one of the fastest-growing criminal enterprises in the global economy.
The second significant action at the local levels was to close the brothels and the red light districts.
Several acts such as the Emergency Quota Act of 1921 and Immigration Act of 1924 were passed to prevent emigrants from Europe and Asia from entering the United States.
Following the banning of immigrants during the 1920s, human trafficking was not considered a major issue until the 1990s.
It is in this changing social sphere that the panic over "white slavery" began.
This term referred to women being kidnapped for the purposes of prostitution.