Trafficked from Nigeria

Two years ago a young woman called Omo from the Nigerian city of Benin was promised a sales job in Russia by an agent who was a relation or friend of her mother. She eagerly accepted the offer. But when she arrived in a city in the mountains of Russia she found that her travel […]


EU Anti-Trafficking Day

To mark EU Anti-Human Trafficking Day this Sunday, October 18th, APT has designated the entire month of October to special anti-trafficking awareness-raising activities. We invited Ireland’s leading soprano, Celine Byrne, to perform in concert earlier this month at the Pavilion Theatre in Dun Laoghaire to help raise awareness of sex trafficking and to celebrate APT’s […]


Amnesty’s Scandalous Policy

How can it happen that a convicted sex trafficker would influence policy at the United Nations in regard to policies on prostitution? Is it not surprising that this convicted trafficker would become Vice President of an organisation called the Global Network of Sex Work Projects—an organization that in 2009 was appointed Co-Chair of the UNAIDS ‘Advisory Group on HIV and […]


Refugee Crisis

STATEMENT BY BISHOP NOEL TREANOR IN RESPONSE TO THE REFUGEE CRISIS IN SYRIA, IRAQ AND NORTH AFRICA. Taking up the appeal of the Holy Father, Pope Francis, for Parishes, religious communities and monasteries across Europe to host those fleeing war and persecution in Syria, Iraq and North Africa, I have put in place today a team comprising of representatives […]

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