Ireland is not doing enough to tackle human trafficking, a conference organised by the OLA sisters and SMA hears.

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Ireland is a “haven” for human traffickers, with a “huge number” of them exploiting women, children and men, people working with survivors have warned. Serious concern has also been expressed at the failure of authorities to identify victims of child trafficking.

APT Ireland (Act to Prevent Trafficking) and RENATE  (Religious in Europe Networking against Trafficking and Exploitation) Core group member, Eilis Coe RSC warned that there is a “huge demand” for the buying and selling of victims of trafficking in Ireland and encourages all members of soicety to work together to end this crime against the dignity of the human person.

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