We have the law. Now we need the resources and supports to help women exit prostitution say campaigners.

Fiona Broadfoot of SPACE International and Barbara Condon, CEO Ruhama
PRESS RELEASE : 4 March 2020 MeToo movement is ignoring women in prostitution as victims and survivors of male violence, rape and harassment, says activist, author and survivor Rachel Moran at campaign launch Advocates at the launch of a new campaign called Prostitution - We Don’t Buy It, which exposes the truth about prostitution in Ireland, said that it was vital that the necessary resources and supports were now put in place to make the law that criminalises the purchase of sex more effective. A new Red C poll, commissioned by the We Don’t Buy It ...

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Fewer than 1 in 15 Irish men say they have purchased sex according to newest survey on prostitution in Ireland

PRESS RELEASE : MARCH 4 2020 A new tracker survey on public attitudes towards prostitution, carried out by Red C, indicates that only 6% of Irish men – fewer than one in 15 - say that they have purchased sex, but not regularly. A further 10% say that they have never purchased sex but have considered it. In contrast, 86% of people – 77% of men and 94% of women – say that they have never purchased sex nor will in the future. The newest survey will be presented today (March 4th) at the launch of Prostitution - We Don’t Buy It, a bold, evidence-based campaign ...

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