RENATE Training – Human Trafficking & The Law

From 6-10 May 2019, twenty-five members of RENATE (Religious in Europe Networking Against Trafficking and Exploitation) met in Sweden to reflect upon the Nordic model and learn from the experiences encountered in Sweden.

The adoption of the Nordic model by Sweden twenty years ago, leads the way for other countries worldwide to consider how to address helping women in prostitution from a Human Rights approach.

Brigidine Sister, Patricia Mulhall CSB, who has worked for the elimination of human trafficking for many years, was one of the women religious involved in this training and a number of delegates from APT(Act to Prevent Trafficking) in Ireland were also in attendance.

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