Revealed: Gangs abandoned trafficked Nigerian women without access to food or funds amid coronavirus pandemic. Thousands of Nigerian women forced into prostitution were left to starve by sex traffickers during the Covid pandemic in Italy, the Guardian can reveal. According to testimonies from volunteers, social workers and NGOs, during the prolonged and strict three-month Covid lockdown introduced by the Italian government, trafficking gangs abandoned women and their children, who were unable to leave their homes or work and were left without food or money to pay the rent. Given their illegal status, they had no recourse to financial assistance or unemployment benefits. The association helps abused and vulnerable women escape their traffickers in Asti, in the north-western region of Piedmont. And when the ATM runs out of cash, they discard it and look for another one.
Sex traffickers left thousands of women to starve during Italy lockdown
Project MUSE - The Road to Italy: Nigerian Sex Workers at Home and Abroad
Taken to Italy with promises of work and kept as slave labour with threats of deportation, Nigerian women and girls are being exploited by organized crime in increasing numbers. In Palermo, Eric Reguly meets the women ensnared by trafficking, and the priest and nun trying to help them escape it. This year-old woman from Benin City, Nigeria, was forced into the sex trade in Italy. Hers is an increasingly common fate for African women in Palermo, where sexual slavery is enforced with threats of violence and deportation by gang leaders. This article was published more than 4 years ago.
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Journal of Women's History I would have pled temporary insanity, caused by the sudden appearance around a corner of a flock of beautiful black African women dressed in bras and hot pants. They were, of course, prostitutes, some of the 1, 1 young Nigerians 2 reckoned to be working in Italy, servicing the estimated nine million Italian men who pay for sex.