New report on human trafficking highlights low number of prosecutions

28 Feb 2013

‘The’ reports that a new report by the OSCE on trafficking has highlighted the low number of prosecutions in Ireland. The report, by the OSCE’s Special Representative for Combating Trafficking in Human Being said it is concerned that Irish law does not extend full rights to over half of all victims, as they are also treated as asylum seekers. It also made recommendations about ensuring that the “best interests of the child are the primary consideration in all actions concerning every child”.


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