Chicas Nuevas 24 Horas

The Light House Cinema in Dublin showed a special screening last night of a film examining the reality of sex trafficking in South America. “Chicas Nuevas 24 Horas”, a documentary from Spanish filmmaker Mabel Lozano, tells the stories of women and girls from various countries in South America who were trafficked for sexual exploitation within […]


Climate Change and Human Trafficking

Following President Trump’s announcement that America will withdraw from the Paris Climate Accord – a ground-breaking international agreement of 195 countries to limit the global temperature rise this century to 2 degrees Celsius – dozens of protesters gathered at the US embassy in Dublin to denounce this move. They were led by the Green Party […]


Groomed Traffickers

The recent arrest of a 17 year old girl in South Africa accused of participating in a human trafficking ring is illustrative of a disturbing trend in the trade in human beings. This girl was allegedly a recruiter for a 42 year old Nigerian man who has several other criminal charges, including rape and kidnapping, […]


Girl Rising – Screening in Dublin

On Wednesday, May 17th, World Vision Ireland hosted a screening of the documentary *Girl Rising* in Dublin’s Trinity College. There are 66 million girls who are not in school today. Education is the most powerful tool in  the long-term, sustainable development of communities all over the world, and yet we continue to discriminate against our […]

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