Trafficking

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25 Jul 2022 - ECPAT UK
This report outlines the main findings of a 12-month participatory research study into understanding how to ensure protection, support and positive outcomes for children in migration who have experienced modern slavery. The overarching aim of this...
18 Jul 2022 - Daily Post
She said sexual abuse became her norm after being subjected to years of sickening abuse
22 Jun 2022 - The Irish Examiner
Youth Diversion Projects have welcomed a funding boost of €6.7m to increase work with children who are involved in antisocial and criminal behaviour at an increasingly young age
06 Jun 2022 - The Northern Ireland Human Rights Commission
The Northern Ireland Human Rights Commission has launched new research on Human Trafficking and Article 2 of the Ireland/Northern Ireland Protocol. NIHRC commissioned the research in light of the Nationality and Borders Bill, now Act, which...
06 Jun 2022 - Northern Ireland Human Rights Commission
The NIHRC has commissioned research on Human Trafficking and Protocol Article 2. The research was commissioned in light of the Nationality and Borders Bill, now Act, which introduces a number of provisions in relation to human trafficking which...
06 Jun 2022 - Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health
These practice guidelines aim to provide an introduction to child modern slavery and human trafficking (MSHT) as a significant health and public health concern, and guidance on the role of paediatricians in addressing child MSHT. MSHT is a serious...
02 Jun 2022 - he Economic and Social Research Institute ESRI RESEARCH SERIES NUMBER 139
In Ireland, between 2015 and 2020, 356 people were identified as suspected victims of human trafficking by An Garda Síochána. Of them, approximately 59 per cent were third-country nationals.
02 Jun 2022 - Applied Geography Volume 139, February 2022, 102643
There is relatively little empirical research into the geographies of human trafficking, despite its inherent spatiality and the clear benefits of geographical perspectives. An emerging but vibrant body of qualitative work explores different aspects...
30 May 2022 - Home Office
County lines’ is a term used to describe gangs and organised criminal networks involved in exporting illegal drugs into one or more importing areas within the UK, using dedicated mobile phone lines or other form of “deal line”.
19 May 2022 -
NICCY responded to the consultation on measures to strengthen the response to Modern Slavery and Human Trafficking.