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”Inspiring,” ”Uplifting,” ”Sobering,” ”Informative,” ”Source of optimism,” – some of the evaluation responses gleaned from the delegates who attended the APT national Conference on Friday, 1 March, at the Atrium, Dept. of Justice & Equality, St. Stephen’s Green, Dublin.
To a full house, Kevin Hyland, OBE; Noeline Blackwell, CEO, Dublin Rape Crisis Centre; Sheila Crowley, Services Manager at RUHAMA; JP O’ Sullivan, MECPATHS Ireland each presented on their respective organisation’s perspectives on Human Trafficking.
Five students from St. Joseph’s College, (Presentation) Lucan shared with us about their YSI project underway, on the topic of Human Traffic, ably supported and encouraged by Peter Maguire, TY Coordinator at St. Jospeh’s.
A comprehensive report will be published over the coming days.