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Bishops to issue statement on refugee crisis today

Contribution of religious congregations to the efforts to eradicate human trafficking and provide care and support to victims recognised.


Pope expresses concern at growing culture of waste

"Any harm done to the environment, therefore, is harm done to humanity" Pontiff warns at UN General Assembly in New York.


Immigrant Council of Ireland appoints new CEO

Assurances will be sought from all parties and independent candidates in the general election that they will address the concerns of migrants and their families.


Pope Francis appeals for an end to slavery

Message for ‘World Day of Peace’ tackles human slavery, migration, slave labour, organ trafficking, those forced into prostitution, and child soldiers.


Ruhama welcomes Bill criminalising buying of sex

Bill will hold sex buyers to account for their key role in fuelling organised crime and perpetrating abuse against victims of trafficking and exploitation.


Northern Ireland votes to hold sex buyers to account

“Crucial” that Minister Fitzgerald implements legislation to criminalise the purchase of sexual services in the Republic: Ruhama.


US report highlights shortcomings on trafficking

Annual US State Department’s Trafficking in Persons (TIP) Report launched.


Archbishop demands good governance and less spin

Spin is rarely the friend of transparency and weakens trust in institutions.

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