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30 July 2021- World Day Against Trafficking in Persons ”Victims’ Voices Lead the way.”

APT/AMRI collaborate with colleagues from MECPATHS, The Immigrant Council of Ireland, The Migrants Rights Centre Ireland, Ruhama, Maynooth University, Akidwa, and The International Organisation for Migration (photographed above) to mark the World Day Against Trafficking in Persons, 30 July.  The World Day against Trafficking in Persons was proclaimed by the United Nations General Assembly, in […]

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Trafficking in Persons Report (TIP) 2021.

‘’This year’s Trafficking in Persons Report sends a strong message to the world that global crises, such as the COVID-19 pandemic, climate change, and enduring discriminatory policies and practices, have a disproportionate effect on individuals already oppressed by other injustices.  These challenges further compound existing vulnerabilities to exploitation, including human trafficking.  We must break this […]

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Mary Immaculate College Limerick, reveals the reality of Human Trafficking in Ireland- in report launched 28 April 2021.

A new report from researchers at Mary Immaculate College (MIC) has examined the true scale of human trafficking on the island of Ireland, illustrating that there are substantially more victims of human trafficking in Ireland than are officially recorded with the authorities. Data collated for the Human Trafficking and Exploitation Project on the Island of Ireland (HTEPII), led […]

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”A hidden army of ‘very brave nuns’ fight child trafficking.”- NBC News feature.

As part of the Keeping the Faith series, NBC’s Cynthia McFadden tells the story of strong women who have been working mostly in the shadows until now. Focusing on the work of Catholic sisters leading the global fight to combat Child Trafficking and Exploitation, NBC’s  Keeping the Faith series places a spotlight on the almost […]

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