About 40 sex workers will be able to operate out of the premises, which are being run by a foundation called My Red Light, in which prostitutes take an active part. Prostitution has been legal in the Netherlands since Owners of sex businesses must obtain a licence and adhere to municipal rules, while prostitution is a legal profession and its practitioners are expected to pay taxes. Amsterdam has continued to be an important destination for human traffickers, often via criminal gangs from eastern Europe. In an effort to combat organised crime in the red light district, Amsterdam started closing windows on the Wallen in This policy had negative side effects for prostitutes, however.
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Prostitution has been legal in the Netherlands since when ban on brothels was lifted and replaced by a licensing system. Which is why a new brothel, which is being opened today in the Netherlands capital, was approved by the city council members in an effort to improve working conditions for local sex workers. The business model is different from those of other operations in the famous red light district because the project is entirely conceptualized and run by the sex workers themselves, through a foundation called My Red Light. Politicians had hoped that by legalizing the trade they would be able to better monitor the businesses — collecting taxes, regulating health and safety standards, and ensuring that workers received fair pay.