“Globalisation, Sex Trafficking and Prostitution – the Experiences of Migrant Women in Ireland” presents stark evidence of the trafficking of women and girls into and through Ireland for the purposes of sexual exploitation. It shines a light on the reality of large numbers of migrant women being sexually exploited in indoor prostitution in Ireland. Drawing on the experiences of these women, the report illustrates the severe emotional, physical and psychological harm that women who are trafficked and sexually exploited in Ireland endure.
Globalisation, Sex Trafficking and Prostitution – the Experiences of Migrant Women in Ireland
|Author(s):||Kelleher Associates, Monica O'Connor and Jane Pillinger|
|Publisher:||Immigrant Council of Ireland (in collaboration with the Women’s Health Project, HSE and Ruhama)|
|Publication Date:||16 Apr 2009|