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The issue of street prostitution in Limerick city is getting a lot of attention in the media - hopefully this attention will move to action but not the action that criminalises the women. All reports seem to indicate these women are controlled by pimps - they need to be therefore considered victims of crime and receive the necessary assistance. Women in prostitution are always the easy targets but its the consumers in any business that creates and sustains the market - the response to this issue needs to focus on the buyers.
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The Homeless Period Ireland. Freedom Acts. Recent post by Page. We are very glad to see that thorough investigations are being carri The attacks expose the violence and organised crime behind the sex trade. Our laws are in place in Ireland to target organisers and the buyers who line their pockets and fuel the demand. If you are in a difficult situation in the sex trade, support is there for you. Women in Direct Provision are being coerced into prostitution across The Irish Times is exposing the invisible aspect of the Direct Provision system - women in exceptionally vulnerable situations are being taken advantage of by sex buyers and pimps.
Direct Provision is completely unsuitable for victims of trafficking who are at real risk of being re-trafficked and retraumatised. It emerged yesterday that coordinated, vicious attacks have taken pl These attacks expose the violence of the sex trade and how it is predominantly controlled by organised crime. It is reassuring that 7 people have come forward about the assaults, and we are seeing increasingly that many of our service users feel safe to report crimes against them since the Sexual Offences Act passed.