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By Aodhán Ó Faoláin and Ray Managh

A Nigerian mother-of-three wanted in France in connection with an investigation into trafficking and forcing young women into prostitution, as well as money-laundering, has been brought before the High Court.

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Adopt Scandinavian sex exploitation laws

Wednesday, 19 September 2012 04:09
I would like to respond to the points raised by Dr Graham Ellison (Write Back, September 11) regarding Lord Morrow's Private Members Bill, Human Trafficking and Exploitation.
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GARDAÍ are investigating a potential case of human trafficking following a raid on a suspected brothel which resulted in the arrests of two women.
By Sean O’Riordan
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Irish people have been the victims of human trafficking. But it’s not just a matter of shackles or darkened rooms – it’s a lot more subtle than that, and it means something for all of us, writes David Lohan.

WHEN THE TERM ‘human trafficking’ is mentioned what deeds come to mind? When the term ‘victim of human trafficking’ is mentioned, what mental imagery is conveyed?

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THIRTEEN CHILDREN UNDER the age of 18 were victims of alleged human trafficking last year.

New data released by the Department of Justice’s Anti-Human Trafficking Unit shows that eight minors were reportedly subjected to sexual exploitation as a result of human trafficking offences.

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THE US STATE Department’s annual report into human trafficking worldwide has said it has received reports of children being subjected to prostitution in areas such as Dublin, Cork and Kilkenny.
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As the Government prepares to finally launch its public consultation on criminalising users of prostitutes, experts have warned it may already be too late as Ireland is set to become a haven for traffickers. By Ann Cahill and Stephen Rogers
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By Amanda Poole

The Criminal Justice Bill has now completed its second stage at Stormont.
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Call to outlaw paying for sex

Thursday, 28 June 2012 17:00

A major conference in Dublin on sex trafficking is calling on the government to make it illegal to pay for sex.

A review of the law on prostitution is an opportunity to send a 'strong message' to those who control the sex trade in Ireland, say organisers.

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The Garda Síochána na hÉireann (commonly referred to as Gardai), the national police service of Ireland, has rescued 12 trafficking victims and identified the organisers of the biggest prostitution and human-trafficking ring operating in Ireland.

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