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16 Days of Activism against Gender Based Violence Campaign, 25 November-10 December, 2017.

Day 13 FEMICIDE finalDay 14 – Objectification finalDay 15 CHURCH FinalDay 16 UN HR Day Dec 10th FinalDAY 12 – CLIMATE Change and Women – MOCDay 11 -Widows – Property...

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Nigeria’s response to the tragic loss of life of 26 Nigerian girls, trying to cross the Mediterranean sea, 5th November 2017

”The Mediterranean has today become the world’s biggest cemetery, leaving deep wounds on humanity’s conscience that will over a period of time produce historical scars to serve as a testimony...

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October 18 is European Day against Human Trafficking

The crime of human trafficking is rampant in every country. At least 20 million people are held in slavery across the world. They are held for sexual exploitation, cheap labour,...

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Unchosen Stay Safe from Slavery Conference

Last month, the UK-based anti-trafficking organisation Unchosen held a conference at Nottingham University. The Conference had a series of brief addresses from a wide variety of people working against all...

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South African Students Against Human Trafficking

Students of the University of Johannesburg recently won a major award for a campaign which they ran to create awareness about human trafficking. Two lecturers involved in the project, Anna...

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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...

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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...

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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...

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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....

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Banks Working Against Human Trafficking

The importance of collaboration across society to combat human trafficking  is increasingly acknowledged in all kinds of sectors. With anti-human trafficking training taking place among law enforcement, the hospitality sector,...

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