Articles and other Resources

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NEWSPAPER ARTICLES 

Ireland could be 'safe haven' for traffickers
Ann Cahill and Stephen Rogers, Irish Exmainer, June 21, 2012

Rural Hell of Ireland's Sex Slaves: 1 July 2008, Louise Horgan, Independent.ie

Out of Africa into a murky unknown: 1 June 2008, Maeve Sheehan, Independent.ie

Ireland a target for human traffickers: 7 June 2008, Stephen Rogers, Irish Examiner

State urged to consider bill over trafficking: 22 November 2007, Irish Examiner

Boy suspected of being trafficking victim remanded in custody again: 28 June 2008, Tom Tuite, Irish Times

Study highlights sex trafficking in Ireland: 18 October 2007, RTE News

Victims of labour trafficking still falling through the net:  6 June 2008, Press Release, Migrant Rights Centre of Ireland

 

OTHER SOURCES OF INFORMATION

http://www.palermoprotocol.com    this 2012 Website is current and up to date.

http://gvnet.com/humantrafficking/Ireland.html  a series of articles published up to 2007

http://www.irishrefugeecouncil.ie/press06/trafficking.html Information on the Trafficking of Women and Children.

http://gvnet.com/humantrafficking/Ireland.htm Human Trafficking, modern day slavery - the Republic of Ireland.

http://www.irlgov.ie/crimecouncil/human_trafficking.html An account of measures being taken by the Irish government to tackle the crime of human trafficking.

http://stopsextrafficking.ie/ Stop Sex Trafficking Campaign Website.

http://www.cfj.ie/content/view/145/ Trafficking and the Irish Sex Industry - Article in Working Notes issue 55, Jesuit Centre for Faith and Justice, 2007.

 

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