Nancy’s Story

Here is a true story told by a woman who had been trafficked from Nigeria to Europe. She gave her name as Nancy, but that may not have been her true name. Two people came to her village in a remote part of the south of Nigeria nine years ago. They met Nancy’s parents and offered to take […]


The Nordic Model in Practice

Swedish policeman Jonas Henriksen gave a very interesting and practical talk in Cork on 15 June 2015, under the auspices of the Immigrant Council of Ireland. He gave an ‘on-the-ground’ account of how the Stockholm Police enforce the Swedish law which criminalizes the buying rather than the selling of sex. He began by outlining the […]


Harrassment of Anti-Trafficking Campaigner

Those who campaign against trafficking and prostitution are frequently subject to outrageous harassment. A quite shocking example of this is the moving account given by Rachel Moran in a full page of the Irish Times Weekend Review of 30 May 2015. Rachel was herself drawn into prostitution when she was fifteen years old and it […]


Margaret Archer on Victims’ Rights

Margaret Archer is a professor in Warwick University in the UK. She is also the president of the Academy of Social Sciences which is one of the Vatican “think-tanks” made up of distinguished lay academic people like herself; they help the official Catholic Church to develop realistic teaching on current social issues. Professor Archer recalls […]

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