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By Andrew Rettman. Sex workers from new EU states have become ever more visible across the union following the last two rounds of enlargement and a parallel crackdown on non-EU irregular migrants. EUobserver's stories on the distribution of top-posts in the European Union. Watch our founder Lisbeth Kirk explain the reasons in this second video. Prostitutes from Nigeria, Brazil, Belarus and Thailand continue to feature prominently in the survey then as now, however. Focusing in on some of the figures, the Tampep survey found that impoverished ethnic minorities often do the most dangerous kind of work: In Romania, more than half of all street prostitutes are Roma.
In the Baltic states, the same is true of ethnic Russians. But in former Communist countries the reverse is true, with, for example 98 percent of sex workers in Slovakia, Romania and Bulgaria, 90 percent in Lithuania and 66 percent in Poland being of national origin. In some western countries, the change in demographic in the years following EU enlargement is startling.
Denmark went from 50 percent migrant workers to 65 percent in the past few years. Italy went from 80 percent to 90 percent and Spain jumped from 70 percent to 90 percent.
European Commission president-elect Ursula von der Leyen had broken with recent practice by not creating a commissionership with culture in its job title. A new report reveals that the biggest companies in Germany fail to manage measures to protect their employees and supply-chain from human rights abuses - ahead of the government deadline for introducing tough new regulation.
A new report from Oxfam reveals that many of the people producing the food on sale in European supermarkets are victims of poverty pay, harsh working conditions, gender discrimination, and human rights abuses.