New Research Explores Sex Buyers in State of Minnesota

(August 2, Minneapolis/St. Paul) — First-of-its-kind research on sex buyers provides insight toward developing a nationwide model to combat human trafficking, according to a study released by researchers at the University of Minnesota’s Robert J. Jones Urban Research and Outreach-Engagement Center (UROC). The study was funded by the Women’s Foundation of Minnesota as part of its MN Girls Are Not for Sale campaign to end sex trafficking in Minnesota. >> Read the full press release.