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 ...
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 ...
Thursday 23 April 2015
Men are being asked to support the new campaign "Prostitution - We Don't Buy It", which was launched today by Jill Meagher's husband Tom, as well as the Minister for Justice Frances Fitzgerald and Sex trade survivor and activist Rachel Moran.
Watch the video here.
Human Trafficking is a crime and a human rights violation. For a situation to be one of trafficking three distinct elements (act, means, purpose) must be fulfilled:
The ACT of recruitment, transportation, transfer, harbouring or receipt of persons must be done by
A MEANS such as the threat or use of force or other forms of coercion, abduction, fraud, deception, abuse of power or of a position of vulnerability or the giving or receiving of payments and it must be for the purpose of
EXPLOITATION i.e. sexual exploitation, labour exploitation or organ removal.
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