Join organisations and individuals across Europe in marking Anti-Human Trafficking Day. This year’s Anti-Trafficking Day comes in the midst of the governmental review of prostitution legislation.
Nasc is a member of the Turn Off the Red Light Campaign. Along with 60 other organisations across the country, we campaign to change the legislation to criminalise the purchase of sex along the lines of the Swedish legislative model. This will target demand and reduce trafficking for sexual exploitation.
For more information about Nasc’s work in the campaign against human trafficking, check out our opinion piece in yesterday’s Evening Echo (not online).
To mark Anti-Trafficking Day, Nasc will be joining other members of Turn Off the Red Light in an 11 AM ‘Tweet Up’ at #AnnaWas14. Join the conversation!
We also will be participating in a conference in Limerick on the problem of identification in human trafficking hosted by our Turn Off the Red Light partners Doras Luimni.
For more information about what you can do to mark EU Anti-Trafficking Day, go to www.turnofftheredlight.ie/action.