The Cork Stop Sex Trafficking Campaign, coordinated by the Sexual Violence Centre Cork, was launched in 2006.
The campaign has three main aims:
- To raise awareness around the issues of sex trafficking in Ireland and Cork in particular
- To facilitate research on the issue
- To provide counselling and support services for victims of trafficking
What you can do!
As the Sexual Violence Centre is a member of the Turn off the Red Light campaign. Please click on the link and follow the instructions. Get in touch with your local TDs!Let them know this is important for you !
The Stop Sex Trafficking campaign is also involved in school projects and if you would like us to visit your school to give a talk and help us raise awareness please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
The Anti-Human Trafficking Unit, an office dedicated to coordinating and facilitating the implementation of a new national strategy to address human trafficking. The Unit is also responsible for the implementation of the National Action Plan to prevent and tackle human trafficking. It focuses on prevention and awareness raising, prosecution of traffickers, protection of victims and child trafficking.
The Unit is also responsible for the Blue Blindfold Campaign.
The Blue Blindfold Campaign is an initiative of the Anti-Human Trafficking Unit and was launched in October 2008. The theme of the campaign is ‘Don’t close your eyes to Human Trafficking’.
There are a number of International Campaigns. The links below are examples of International campaigns and provided information and resources on what is happening around the world.
La Strada International
Mediterranean Institute of Gender Studies
Campaign to Rescue and Restore Victims of Trafficking
International Organization For Migration
MTV Exit Campaign