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Understanding Slavery through Dance

Journalist Jamie Paisley has an interesting story about the use of dance as a way of raising awareness of the devastating effects of human trafficking. Jamie spoke with the creators...

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Indian Sisters Fighting Trafficking

This is an edited version of a story written by Nirmala Carvalho on the Crux website about a programme to rescue children from slavery. In Mumbai, India, every two minutes,...

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Dail Passes Nordic Model Bill

Abusers beware: Ireland will close its doors to traffickers and pimps Statement by Turn Off the Red Light campaign The Sexual Offences Bill, including laws to criminalise the purchase of...

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February 8th – Day of Prayer and Awareness

A hundred-and-fifty years ago Josephine Bakhita was born in the troubled Darfur region of Sudan. When she was just nine years old she was taken captive and she was sold...

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One of the worst things happening

In late January 2017 Pope Francis did a long and interesting interview with a Spanish newspaper. Among the many questions he was asked was about his reaction to violence against...

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APT Interview with Soul Waves

Listen to Ruth Kilcullen of APT speak to Miriam Gormally from Soul Waves Radio about the upcoming International Day of Prayer and Awareness Raising for Human Trafficking. Ruth and Miriam...

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Pope Francis on the Migrant Crisis

January 15th was marked as World Day of Migrants and Refugees. The theme for this year was Child Migrants, the Vulnerable and the Voiceless. On Sunday, in St. Peter’s Square,...

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Irish Law to End Demand Progresses

A further positive step for anti-human trafficking activists today as the Sexual Offences Bill passed the committee stage of the Dáil. This Bill, once enacted, will introduce essential Nordic Model...

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APT Encouraged by Important Assembly in Rome

The recent 5-day meeting in Rome of representatives from 27 countries of Europe to address issues related to human trafficking has been as source of great encouragement and inspiration to...

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New Funding for Anti-Trafficking Projects

The UK Home Secretary Amber Rudd announced that the UK government is allocating £14 million (roughly €15,000,000) to tackle people trafficking. She made this announcement during her speech at a...

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