Child sex tourism perceptions and legalities understudied

A new peer-reviewed research found out the perceptions of child sex tourism in Chinese tourists.

While in some countries child sex tourism is prohibited, the scope of it isn’t enough to deter offenders to perform it outside their home country. In addition, the topic has not been studied enough.

In Australia, it is a crime to be involved in child sexual exploitation overseas, and offenders can be prosecuted.

Produced By: Eduardo Jordan

Featured In Story: Associate Professor Joshua Aston – Associate Dean of Law at the School of Business and Law from Edith Cowan University

First aired on The Wire, Thursday 18 August 2022

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Wednesday 17th of August, 2022
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