The role of the Anti-Human Trafficking Unit
The Anti-Human Trafficking Unit was established in February 2008 and has overall responsibility for co-ordinating anti-trafficking policies in Ireland.
Among its key activities are the:
- Development and delivery of a new National Action Plan in consultation with other key stakeholders including Government Agencies and Civil Society organisations.
- Co-ordination of issues relating to trafficking for:
Forced Criminal Activity
Removal of Organs
- Promotion of awareness concerning the recognition and needs of victims of human trafficking and the services available to adult - Read more and child victims – Read more
- Co-ordination of a Data Collection Strategy to understand the nature and extent of human trafficking in Ireland.
The Anti-Human Trafficking Unit is leading an all-Ireland multi-agency EU funded awareness raising REACH Project on human trafficking
Further information can be found on Blue Blindfold - the dedicated anti-trafficking website
|Address:||Department of Justice and Equality|
|94 St Stephen’s Green|
|Phone:||+ 353 1 602 8878|